Swiss Re Life & Health Canada moves to new offices
13 April 2005, Toronto
Swiss Re Life & Health Canada is moving its offices to a new location, effective Monday, April 18. The new office address is:
Swiss Re Life, Health Canada
150 King Street West, Suite 1000
Toronto, Ontario M5H 1J9
Swiss Re Life, Health Canada will occupy floors eight through ten. The new address also means the life, health operations will share the same building as Swiss Re Canada's property, casualty business unit, which occupies the 21st and 22nd floors.
All Swiss Re Life, Health Canada e-mail addresses and phone and fax numbers remain unchanged.
Notes to editors:
Swiss Re is a leading reinsurer and the world's largest life and health reinsurer. The company is global, operating from 70 offices in 30 countries. Since its foundation in 1863, Swiss Re has been in the reinsurance business. Swiss Re has three business groups: Property, Casualty, Life, Health and Financial Services. Swiss Re offers a wide range of traditional reinsurance products and related services, which are complemented by insurance-based corporate finance solutions and supplementary services. Swiss Re is rated "AA" by Standard, Poor's, "Aa1" by Moody's and "A+" by A.M. Best.
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