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Transaction Drivers in the Global Insurance Sector (Feb 2014)


We are set to see a rise in transaction levels in 2013-14 due to a number of key developments in the global insurance market such as insurers’ continued disposal of non-core assets, global regulation and capital requirements, and an increasing focus on the emerging markets which offer a higher potential for growth.

In this webinar we will explore some of these key M&A transaction drivers focusing on the continued pace of global regulation, developments in the emerging markets such as South America and South East Asia and the challenges of executing deals in these regions due to local commercial, political and regulatory risks.

We will also discuss some of the alternative structures that we are seeing insurers increasingly use to position their businesses more efficiently, reduce capital requirements or increase returns on equity.


Financial Institutions Group partners Hilary Evenett (London), Thomas Krecek (Frankfurt), Ashley Prebble (London), Clare Swirski (London) and chaired by our Global Head of Insurance Practice, Katherine Coates (London).


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