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Mergers and Acquisitions

Insurance Day’s Mergers and Acquisitions database allows you to keep track of deal activity by year, type, region, buyer, seller and size. All deals are tagged as life, non-life, composite or international/reinsurance transactions. Wherever possible, we include the deal size (in US dollars) to allow easy ranking. Every entry includes brief highlights of the transaction.
 
Amid continued high levels of consolidation in the sector, keeping on top of who is doing what and where has never been more important for the insurance industry.
 
The database tracks takeovers since 2010 in a searchable format, allowing you to track what your rivals are doing and chart the expansion or withdrawal plans of peers within sectors and by region.
 
You can find out who has been acquiring in Latin America, how many deals a particular company has made this year, all non-life transactions above a certain size in a particular area or who the biggest sellers are in the international/reinsurance market.
    

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    Disclaimer: Deals under $100m are omitted from the above graphs

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Latest From Mergers and Acquisitions

Willis Towers Watson chief says broker prepared to do more M&A

John Haley told the Financial Times his company is ready to do more deals, three years after its creation in a merger

United Kingdom Mergers and Acquisitions

Europeans work on digitisation as they regroup

Leading carriers are picky are where and how they deploy resources

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AmTrust shareholders approve privatisation deal

Holdout investors including Carl Icahn approved the deal after the cash offer was raised to $2.95bn from $2.7bn
AmTrust North America

US trade groups AIA and PCI approve merger talks

The merger of the two groups will need to be agreed by their membership
United States Mergers and Acquisitions

IAG sells Asia operations

Offloads operations in Thailand and Indonesia to Tokio Marine

Asia Pacific Mergers and Acquisitions

Enstar weighs sale of Atrium and StarStone

Live-to-legacy group confirms investment bank retained to explore sale
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