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New China Life Insurance Co. Ltd. said it is "under normal operation and management" ahead of the election of a new session of its board of directors, in a statement following media reports that its chairman had stepped down.

Shares in New China Life fell as much as 8% in Jan. 7 trading in Shanghai and closed down 6.7%, after a report, cited by news website Yicai Global, that Chairman Wan Feng was stepping down to join Shin Kong-HNA Life Insurance Co. Ltd.

New China Life Insurance said it would follow the procedures for the election of a new board session, and it advised shareholders and potential investors to be cautious in dealing with the company's securities.