Which insurance brands made the cut?
Insurer’s bonds plummet as Anbang faces crisis. Could there be an asset fire sale of its $10 billion asset buying binge?
Reorganization phase and tough competition from domestic firms are possible factors for the sale
After almost $100 billion in deals over the past three years, the brakes have been hit on acquisitions
It may seem unlikely but it’s a growing trend in one country
It’s already a record US$157bn splurge – but there are still plenty of incentives for companies like Anbang Insurance to keep on shopping
The United Kingdom has been displaced as the third biggest insurance market in the world – find out which country has taken its place
Senior executive says this insurer will have to ‘revisit the options’ if the UK leaves the EU
The bids for the major insurer reportedly range from US$1.7 billion to US$2.5 billion
The Manhattan acquisition is the state-owned Chinese insurer’s first major deal in New York and third in the US