Burma Campaign report on insurance firms - company responses & non-responses

Burma Campaign UK published a report, "Insuring Repression - Exposing how the insurance industry supports Burma’s dictators":

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the 16 companies named in the report's "Insurance Dirty List" to respond to the report:

XL Capital was deleted from Burma Campaign's report following its decision not to insure business in Burma.  See XL Capital's response to the Resource Centre [DOC] and Burma Campaign's 19 Aug 2008 statement.

Arab Insurance Group was deleted from Burma Campaign's report following its decision not to insure business in Burma.  See Response by Arab Insurance Group (Arig) to the Resource Centre [DOC] and Burma Campaign's 26 Aug 2008 statement.

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Company response
20 August 2008

Response by Arab Insurance Group (ARIG): Burma Campaign UK says firms providing insurance to companies operating in Burma "support dictators".

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Company response
20 August 2008

Response by OCBC Bank: Burma Campaign UK says firms providing insurance to companies operating in Burma "support dictators".

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Company response
20 August 2008

Response by Sompo Japan: Burma Campaign UK says firms providing insurance to companies operating in Burma "support dictators".

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Company non-response
20 August 2008

Target Insurance Brokers did not respond to: Burma Campaign UK says firms providing insurance to companies operating in Burma "support dictators".

Company non-response
20 August 2008

Tokio Marine & Nichido (part of Millea) did not respond to: Burma Campaign UK says firms providing insurance to companies operating in Burma "support dictators".