|Nippon Life, Nissay|
|Nihon Seimei Hoken sōgo gaisha|
|Founded||July 4, 1889|
|Headquarters||5-12 Imabashi Sanchōme,|
|Products||General insurance, Life insurance, Health insurance|
|Revenue||US$74.048 billion (FY2020)|
|US$1.767 billion (FY2020)|
|Total assets||US$741.01 billion (FY2020)|
|Total equity||US$18.094 billion (FY2020)|
Number of employees
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