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CGNU is to acquire Dao Heng Assurance and DBS Kwong On Insurance from DBS Group for £31m, in order to expand its insurance operations in Hong Kong.
CGNU has agreed to sell Plant Safety, its UK in-service inspection business with net assets of £3m, to Bureau Veritas.
CGNU is creating 100 jobs at its Norwich Union car insurance call centres in Norwich and Worthing.
CGNU is to create 250 jobs at its Norwich Union life and pensions business in York, having decided to relocate some administration processing investment from Croydon.
CGNU is to acquire the Insurance Corporation of Singapore from DBS Group for £152m, which will more than double its presence in Asia.
CGNU is to acquire Fortis Australia from Fortis Group for £111m, in order to expand its general insurance business in Australia.
CGNU is investing £250m in its new Norwich Union internet business, which will involve online banking and wealth management and the creation of 300 jobs in Norwich.
CGNU is to sell its Belgian non-life insurance business to Winterthur of Switzerland for £72m.
CGNU has acquired Mebit, the Hungarian life insurance company, from ABN Amro for £64m.
CGNU has sold State Insurance, the New Zealand supplier of personal and commercial insurance, to NRMA of Australia for £125m.
CGNU is to set up a new Norwich Union regional sales office in Aberdeen, after restructuring its existing regions in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
CGNU has sold two Canadian operations for a total £133m, with Manulife Financial acquiring Commercial Union Life Holdings and American International Group acquiring Norwich Union Holdings (Canada).
CGNU is to take a £448m charge against the disposal of Marlborough Underwriting Agency to Berkshire Hathaway, in order to get out of its Lloyd's insurance business.
CGNU is looking to acquire a mid-sized fund manager in the US, as part of the global expansion of its Morley Fund Management division.
CGNU is to sell its US property and casualty insurance business to White Mountains of Bermuda for £2.17bn.
CGNU is to sell General Accident Versicherung, its German general insurance business, to Gerling-Konzern Lebensversicherung for undisclosed terms.