Insurance Sector

Anbang Insurance Group Might Disrupt Marriott-Starwood Deal with an Unsolicited Bid to buy Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide

Anbang Insurance Group Might Disrupt Marriott-Starwood Deal with an Unsolicited

As China's economy faces a slowdown, Chinese insurers are rushing out of the country to acquire high-yielding assets. The insurers are struggling to keep up with the policy liabilities of the ageing population and the U. S. assets are considered as a good hedge against the future weakness which the yuan might face.

Reportedly Anbang Insurance Group Co Agrees to buy Strategic Hotels & Resorts for $6.5 Billion

Reportedly Anbang Insurance Group Co Agrees to buy Strategic Hotels & Resorts fo

Chinese investors are increasingly becoming interested in U. S real estate as China's economy marks a slowdown and they look out for stable investment opportunities. One of the examples is Anbang Insurance Group Co.'s agreement to acquire sixteen luxury resorts and hotels in the U. S from Blackstone Group LP marks for $6.5 billion.

Aetna Urges the Government to Scrutinize if People Enrolling Outside the Window actually Qualify for Coverage

Aetna Urges the Government to Scrutinize if People Enrolling Outside the Window

Aetna and UnitedHealth Group Inc have sounded a warning for the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) public insurance exchanges for those customers who sign up for coverage outside the annual enrollment win

MetLife Considering a Spin Off in Its Retail Business

MetLife Considering a Spin Off in Its Retail Business

In a statement on Tuesday, MetLife said that it is looking at options of spinning off its retail life and annuity business in the U. S.

Antitrust Concerns come in the Way of Mergers in the Health Insurance Industry

Antitrust Concerns come in the Way of Mergers in the Health Insurance Industry

Aetna and Humana, the two big health insurers have proposed a merger but the U.S.

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