Italian insurer Generali expects lower profits this year due to COVID-19’s impact on its first-half results, but will keep an eye out for M&A opportunities that might arise from the pandemic.
Italy’s largest insurance company has between €2 billion and €3 billion (about NZ$3.5 billion to NZ$5.3 billion) available for possible M&A deals, Reuters reported.
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