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A vision for growth includes partnerships for insurers

There are many nuances to forming a successful alliance or partnership. The underlying financial drivers must be compatible but cultural alignment, collaboration and flexibility are equally important.


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A vision for growth includes partnerships for insurers

Looking ahead, we expect deal activity in the near-term to focus on:

  • The acquisition of companies that bring complementary capabilities to the insurance sector (e.g. accessing customer segments in a user friendly format driven by the customer). 
  • Partnerships to support and develop innovation (e.g. incubators and innovation hubs). 
  • Partnerships that create infrastructure to reduce the protection gap. 
  • Joint ventures and alliances to bring together complementary skillsets (e.g. behavioral analytics capabilities to support sales and produce development).

In short, there is power in alliances that will help support a new and endless combination of transactions leading to a profitable growth strategy going forward. What is still key for many insurers, is the need to establish collaboration as a core competency, be flexible and pursue multiple strategies to create optionality.

How KPMG can help

Across the KPMG member firm network we have dedicated Insurance Deal Advisory team encompassing strategy, market entry, M&A, due diligence, restructuring, valuations and integration & separation related support operating in all of the key global markets. All of our professionals are supported by KPMG subject matter experts, including our FinTech team with a developing network of 2,000 organizations and our Joint Venture Advisory practice, which is unique among the Big 4 consultancies and works with clients to create and operate successful joint ventures.

KPMG deal advisory professionals can help you meet your objectives to:

  • achieve corporate growth, realize synergy potential and profit objectives
  • create and execute on a well-developed growth strategy
  • release capital and enhance liquidity from sale of core or non-core businesses
  • restructure or wind down of non-core businesses
  • implement an optimal separation plan        
  • identify international business portfolios and new opportunities
  • identify a wide pool of potential opportunities in your core markets
  • understand value drivers, opportunities and risks related to potential acquisition targets
  • design and execute an effective post-deal integration plan.

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