Tua Assicurazioni possesses a property and casualty (P&C) insurance portfolio with recorded gross written premiums totalling about €280 million in 2022. Most of these premiums are managed through a distribution network comprising nearly 500 agents.
The successful completion of this transaction is contingent upon obtaining regulatory approvals, which are anticipated to be granted at the beginning of 2024. Once finalised, this acquisition is expected to augment Allianz’s market share in Italy by approximately one percentage point.
Allianz has stated that it is well-prepared to ensure a seamless transition for clients, employees, and agents while leveraging the advantages of scale.
“The acquisition of Tua Assicurazioni perfectly fits within our strategy, growing our footprint in P&C with a focus on retail and SMEs. Since 2014 we have been successfully integrating three large groups of professional agents (Milano, SASA and recently Aviva), thanks to the depth and breadth of our products and the modern and efficient technical platform. We are confident that the new agents and their clients will benefit from joining Allianz,” Allianz S.p.A. CEO Giacomo Campora said.
Elsewhere for the insurance group, Allianz chief executive Oliver Bäte (pictured) was announced to remain at the helm of the company following the renewal of his mandate until the global insurance group’s annual shareholders meeting in 2028.
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