Financial Services Industry Insurance Company Acquisitions:
The Rapid Consolidation of Insurance Companies

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Date Published: January 29, 2019
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of the rapid consolidation taking place in the insurance company market. Contraction in the insurance industry has driven mergers & acquisitions activity. This research is part of Tiburon's broader coverage of financial services industry mergers & acquistion.

This research addresses the historical phases of insurance company acquisitions, including:
  • Regulation Phase
  • Acquisitions Phase
  • Glass Steagall Repeal Phase
  • Industry Restructuring Phase
This research defines distinct market segments of insurance company acquisitions, including:
  • Life & Health Insurance Companies
  • Property & Casualty Insurance Companies
And this research makes several future predictions for insurance company acquisitions, including:
  • Increase in Insurance Company Mergers & Acquisitions Activity
  • Decrease in Transaction Values
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