Insurance for Mergers & Acquisitions
Insurnace for M & A: A coming of age and an exciting future ahead
Aon has led the way in developing bespoke insurance solutions to meet the M&A industry’s needs for the past 20 years. The volume of policies written, and the breadth of our client base coupled with the expertise and acumen of our global team, provide us with tremendous insight into market trends across industries and geographical regions. For insurers interested in penetrating the growing marketplace for insurance products in the M&A space, Aon has a proven track record of adding value at every stage of the process. Aon has assisted c.40% of MGAs in the current market to find capacity in the Transaction Solutions space and has assisted insurers, reinsurers and consortia with their strategic plans.
Aon Inpoint, the management consulting and advisory arm of Aon, works with (re)insurers, private equity, financial services providers and clients with interests in Property & Casualty, Health & Benefits, and the Life marketplace. We help clients capture high value opportunities and solve high impact problems on a diverse set of topics including market strategy, growth, distribution effectiveness, operational improvement, acquisition targeting, due diligence, and integration.
Being a complex and evolving marketplace, the insurance market for M&A transaction benefits hugely from a multidisciplinary team. Aon Inpoint works seamlessly with Aon’s M&A subject matter experts in the Transaction Solutions practice group and other areas of Aon, bringing together expertise from both the insurance world and from those with vast experience on the buy-side and sell-side of M&A activity. This includes underwriting and broking professionals, as well as those with backgrounds in finance, private equity, legal, investment banking and operations. Aon Inpoint has recently helped a number of insurers to understand the opportunity in the M&A transaction space, answering questions such as:
• What are the dynamics of the marketplace?
• What are the market size and growth opportunities?
• How profitable is the market?
• What is the optimal strategy for an insurer to best enter the market?
• How can an insurer achieve growth?
• What is the future of the market? Is it sustainable?
• How will innovation affect the market?
This paper touches on some of these questions, with a particular focus on the EMEA region and the London Market.
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