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Allianz Acquires Assets From Brazil’s Sul America
Sul America SA announces Q3 dividend payment
Sul America SA a part of its household insurance policy business portfolio to Pan Seguros SA
Sul America SA is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the health insurance sector. The Company's activities are divided into five business segments: Health, which provides health and dental insurance plans to individuals and small, medium and large-sized companies; Damage, which offers property and casualty insurance policies in the automobile, massified and mortgage sectors; Individuals, which focuses on developing life insurance products for individual and group customers, as well as managing private pension plans; Savings bonds, which manages bonds portfolio, and Other, which includes administration and management of investment funds and securities portfolios, among others. The Company operates through Saepar Servicos e Participacoes SA, which holds a number of subsidiaries. It is controlled by Sulasapar Participacoes SA.
Insurance (Accident & Health)
Rua Beatriz Larragoiti Lucas
Patrick Antonio Claude de Larragoiti Lucas
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Gabriel Portella Fagundes
Chief Executive Officer
Ricardo Bottas Dourado dos Santos
Executive Vice President of Control and Investor Relations
Laenio Pereira dos Santos
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Member of the Executive Board
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Retailer Carrefour Brasil and healthcare companies Hapvida Participacoes e Investimentos SA and Sul America SA may enter Brazil's Bovespa equities index in 2020, the bourse said on Monday.
Germany's insurer Allianz SE <ALVG.DE> will acquire Brazil's Sul America SA <SULA11.SA> auto and property insurance portfolio for 3 billion reais ($734 million) in its largest push into Latin America's biggest economy, it said in a statement on Friday.
Brazilian insurer Sul America SA has sold its auto unit and other parts of its business to Germany's Allianz SE for 3 billion reais ($734 million), it said in a filing on Friday.
Brazilian insurer Sul America SA has received a non-binding offer from Germany's Allianz SE for its property and casualty (P&C) and auto units, it said in a filing on Tuesday, adding that the two companies are in bilateral talks.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) RIO DE JANEIRO, September 21 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings expects to assign an 'A+(bra)' Long-term National Rating to Sul America S.A.'s (SASA) fifth issuance of simple, unsecured and non-convertible debentures. KEY RATING...
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