Global Insurance Industry Sees Increase in Value of M&A Deals, Says Timetric in Its New Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
23 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Emergence of merger and acquisition (M&A) rates in the insurance industry has made significant contribution to the world’s M&A environment.
In 2015, there was a 176% rise in the total value of deals: it increased from USD 74.2 billion to approximately USD 205 billion.
Insurance operators are affected by challenging market and economic conditions, and this leads to low investment returns and depressed premium growth. This tendency, in its turn, forces insurers to participate in M&A activities.
Challenging economic environment hit banks, as well. They experience capital constraints at the moment and that is why they focus on their core operations of divest/reduce stakes in insurance subsidiaries in order to raise capital.
M&A transaction related to run-off portfolios (in Europe and the USA in particular) are forecast to surge given the fact that insurers currently divest legacy insurance products which are capital-intensive.
Generation of value from legacy portfolios may pour significant sums of money into pockets of those insurers that specialize in it.
New research report “Insight Report: M&A in the Global Insurance Industry” worked out by Timetric offers an in-depth analysis of the M&A activity in the insurance field. The study comprises a detailed overview of M&A transactions. It casts light on a value and volume of deals globally.
The report throws light on key trends in this space and discusses impact they have on the insurance industry. The research study reviews private equity deals and limelights inorganic growth opportunities across high-growth markets.
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- Construction in Croatia
- Construction in the Netherlands
- The Cards and Payments Industry in Kuwait
- Construction in Kazakhstan
- Base Metals Mining in the US
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