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Data 2014

BELGIUM

ASIA

CONTINENTAL EUROPE

UNITED KINGDOM

UK

Continental Europe

Asia

Belgium

Continental Europe

Belgium

Asia

UK

Asia

Full-time equivalents

 

437

Continental Europe

Full-time equivalents

 

905

UK

Full-time equivalents

 

4,626

Belgium

Full-time equivalents

 

6,117

India

Life

at 100%: 109 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 28 mio EUR

Ownership 26%
China

Life

at 100%: 8,177 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 2,036 mio EUR

Ownership 25%
Thailand

Life

at 100%: 1,744 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 538 mio EUR 

 

Non-Life

at 100%: 235 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 35 mio EUR

Ownership 31% Life, 15% Non-Life
Malaysia

Life

at 100%: 568 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 176 mio EUR

 

Non-Life

at 100%: 587 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 182 mio EUR

Ownership 31% Life, 15% Non-Life
Hong Kong

Life

at 100%: 481 mio EUR

Ownership 100%
Turkey

Non-Life

at 100%: 590 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 212 mio EUR

Ownership 36%
Italy

Non-Life

at 100%: 217 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 54 mio EUR

Ownership 50% (as from 30 December 2014)
Luxembourg

Life

at 100%: 2,841 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 947 mio EUR

Ownership 33%
France

Life

362 mio EUR

 

Ownership 100%
Portugal

Life

at 100%: 1,352 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 690 mio EUR

Non-Life

at 100%: 264 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 198 mio EUR

Ownership 100% Non-Life
UK

Life

at 100%: 138 mio EUR

 

Non-Life

at 100%: 2,260 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 1,995 mio EUR

 

Ownership 100% (Tesco Underwriting at 50%)
Belgium

Life

at 100%: 3,963 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 2,972 mio EUR

 

Non-Life

at 100%: 1,893 mio EUR

at Ageas's part: 1,420 mio EUR

Ownership 75%
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