Appetite outweighs uncertainty

billcooper-lloydsbank

More than two months after the UK's decision to leave the European Union, some of the initial pessimism about the impact of ‘Brexit' on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the insurance market appears unfounded.

The reality for many brokers and insurers is that the same commercial imperatives that prompted them to consider merger or acquisition activity prior to 23rd June are still in place.

Market forces such as the impact of regulation, low interest rates and the need to invest to

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