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today announced the appointment of James E. (Jim) Taylor to its Board of Directors. Taylor currently serves as CEO and vice chairman at AMP Electric Vehicles, an electric motor vehicle manufacturer. Axios' board approved Taylor's appointment.
The insurer plans to increase its registered capital by about Bt1.5 billion, from Bt352.64 million to Bt1.85 billion. After the capital increase, the Paris-based AXA Group will hold an 86-per-cent stake in the com-pany, Kheedhej Anansiriprapha, chief
Sunday May 27 2012 Given that Keith Andrews and Glenn Whelan are at the heart of the Irish midfield, it's probably a little hasty to sell a kidney to fund a trip to the Euros. Credit card borrowing is miles too expensive and the banks aren't exactly
Taipei, May 24 (CNA) Taiwan's top financial regulator rejected Thursday an application filed by a subsidiary of AXA SA, Europe's second-largest insurer, to establish a branch in Taiwan, marking the first time the regulator has rejected an application
Tuesday morning, the local unit was trading at 99.09 US cents, up from 98.36 cents on Monday. © 2012 AAP Brought to you by Join the conversation You're the only person reading this now.
On the Move David Bashford , a partner in Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP's Construction and Procurement and Litigation Practice Groups, was named managing partner of the firm's Charlotte office. Barbara Brown joined Tom McMahon and his team at
Allianz saw operating profit rise 40 percent to 2.330 billion euros (1 billion pounds) in the first quarter, as low damage claims and rising revenues in property-casualty insurance put the company on course for its 2012 earnings target. "Despite the
In November 2011 we suffered a leak from the mains water supply to our flat...However, almost five months later we've yet to return to our home. Our building is insured by Axa , which appointed loss adjusters. Its loss adjusters moved us (at our
AXA , reported a 0.8 per cent rise in first-quarter sales to 28.1 billion euros ($36.4 billion) today as strength in casualty insurance offset falling asset-management fees and scant life-insurance growth. The company said it was focusing on margins
Taipei, May 8 (CNA) The Financial Supervisory Commission blasted some foreign insurance investors Tuesday for frequently entering and exiting the local market, and urged them to honor their commitments when investing in Taiwan.