Italy’s biggest insurer Generali is in exclusive talks to buy assets in Malaysia belonging to French rival AXA in a deal worth around 300 million euros ($358 million), two sources said on Tuesday.
Generali had been looking at a series of AXA assets in Malaysia worth around 700 million euros but the sources said it was in talks to buy the French insurer’s non-life business.
Last month, Generali missed out on a deal to buy Polish assets of UK insurer Aviva which went to Germany’s Allianz for 2.5 billion euros.
The Italian company has also been monitoring a possible acquisition in Russia though the project is still at a very early stage. Sources said last month that Russian insurer RESO-Garantia was the prime target for acquisitions.
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