Qatar Re reveals Markerstudy deal cost


Qatar Reinsurance, which is a subsidiary of Qatar Insurance Company, bought Markerstudy for £107.8m, according to its financial results for the full year 2018.

But as part of the deal it also picked up £70.0m in cash assets from Markerstudy, which means the deal actually cost Qatar Re around £37.8m.

The business signed an agreement to buy Markerstudy’s Gibraltar-based insurance companies – Markerstudy Insurance, Zenith Insurance, St Julians Insurance and Ultimate Insurance - in January 2018.

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