Wall Street Journal  Apr 20  Comment 
AXA Equitable Holdings, the U.S. arm of the French insurer AXA, plans to begin showcasing itself to investors next week for what would be the biggest U.S.-listed IPO of the year so far, measured by amount of money raised.
Insurance Journal  Apr 5  Comment 
Zurich Insurance Group announced that Gary Shaughnessy will step down from his role as chief executive officer for Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) and as a member of Zurich’s executive committee in the fourth quarter of 2018, while...
Financial Times  Mar 27  Comment 
Thomas Buberl vows to convince investors over €12.4bn acquisition
Insurance Journal  Mar 20  Comment 
Andrea Rossi doesn’t buy into the story that Europe is a dead end for growth. In fact, he sees luring Asian investors to his continent as one of the key ways AXA Investment Managers will expand in years to come. …
Insurance Journal  Mar 7  Comment 
S&P Global Ratings placed France’s AXA on CreditWatch with negative implications over its planned $15.3 billion purchase of XL Group Ltd. The ratings agency said it is worried about what the mega-deal could do to AXA’s capital reserves. At...
Insurance Journal  Mar 6  Comment 
AXA SA’s pursuit of its biggest ever takeover really got serious at a romantic hotel on the shores of Lake Zurich. That’s where top executives of the French behemoth and XL Group Ltd., fresh from the annual gathering of the …
Wall Street Journal  Mar 5  Comment 
French financial giant AXA said it would buy New York-listed insurance company XL Group for $15.3 billion, creating one of the world’s biggest property and casualty insurers.
Financial Times  Mar 5  Comment 
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Paris, France-based AXA Group (AXA) is the world's second largest insurance company. The company classifies its operations into five segments: Life and Savings, Property and Casualty, International Insurance, Asset Management, and Other Financial Services. Life and Savings, which accounts for nearly 49% of its in 2006 operating profit, provides a vast range of life insurance, annuity (mainly variable), critical illness, and permanent health protection products. AXA Group writes a substantial portion of this segment s business in the U.S. and France. The P&C segment (31% of 2006 operating profit) offers almost all types of P&C products, including automobile, homeowners, property, and general liability to individuals and commercial customers, mainly in France. The company derived 16% of its operating profit from the Asset Management and the rest (4%) from international insurance and other financial services. AXA Group ordinary shares are listed on the Paris Stock Exchange. Competitors include Group Generali (in France operates Generali France SA) and German leading insurer Allianz.


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