United States to sign post-Brexit insurance deal with Great Britain

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The new bilateral insurance agreement is meant to provide greater regulatory certainty to the market. The U.S. Treasury and U.S. Trade Representative’s (U.S.T.R.) office have announced their intention to sign a post-Brexit insurance agreement with Great Britain. The goal is to establish insurance market continuity and regulatory certainty as Great Britain steps out of the European Union in March 2019. The new insurance industry agreement would greatly mirror the agreement between the U.S. and E.U. The United States signed an insurance deal with the E.U. back in 2017. In order…

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Insurance industry in N.A. sees Canadian insurer sold to American company

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Travelers has announced that it will be making the purchase for $1.25 billion in cash. The North American insurance industry has seen another major acquisition as an American insurer, Travelers Companies Inc. has just revealed that it is making a purchase of the Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co. This purchase is being made for a total investment of $1.125 billion to buy the company outright. The acquisition is being made as a part of the attempt Travelers would like to make to expand its presence in the Canadian insurance…

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