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by Sue Copeman

Author: Sue Copeman
Subcategory: Industries
Publisher: FT Energy, a division of Pearson Professional Limited (July 31, 1997)
Category: Perfomance
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Findings showed that cash holding (proxy by cash to total book value of assets and cash) has a positive and statistical significant effect.

Yet information relating to these issues is rarely reported in print. Many of the strong industries in the country are more comfortable to have their risk carried by foreign insurers. Findings showed that cash holding (proxy by cash to total book value of assets and cash) has a positive and statistical significant effect on financial performance (proxy by Return on Asset, Return on Equity and Tobin's Q) at 5% significant level.

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In the overall sample, insurance acquirers realised small positive cumulative average abnormal returns (CAARs), whereas targets realised substantial positive CAARs. Market value gains for acquirers are centred in the . and Europe; acquirer CAARs for Asian M&As are mostly insignificant. Targets realise significant market value gains in the . Europe and Asia, with the largest gains for .

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However, the insurance mergers and acquisitions market experienced a significant decrease in the number .

However, the insurance mergers and acquisitions market experienced a significant decrease in the number and the volume of deals after the financial crisis. Boston Consulting Group (2009) examines the insurer mergers and acquisitions in. 3 2008. during the period of Even among deals between insurance carriers, only about half were done between life insurers, health insurers, or property-casualty insurers.

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This year has been transformational for the UK insurance industry, with mergers and acquisitions dominating .

This year has been transformational for the UK insurance industry, with mergers and acquisitions dominating headlines across life and non-life sectors. Deals have been driven by cheap financing, the growing importance of scale, the need to futureproof against technological advances, regulatory pressures and a desire for larger businesses to have global reach. In the non-life arena, international insurers have been looking to secure a presence in the Lloyds of London market because global insurance pricing has been under pressure and volume growth has been sluggish.

This paper examines the relationship between mergers & acquisitions (M & As), diversification and financial performance in the . property-liability insurance industry over the period 1989–2004

This paper examines the relationship between mergers & acquisitions (M & As), diversification and financial performance in the . property-liability insurance industry over the period 1989–2004. The risk-adjusted return on assets (ROA), return on equity (ROE), Z-score and total risk measured by earnings volatility are considered as a relevant indicator of performance. Performance Mergers & acquisitions Product diversification Property-liability insurers.

Mergers and acquisitions have become a popular business strategy for . Others may employ subscription models (popular in the software industry).

Mergers and acquisitions have become a popular business strategy for companies looking to expand into new markets or territories, gain a competitive edge, or acquire new technologies and skill sets. Strategic mergers and acquisitions offer a solution to a different business problem.