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EBRD and AXA Group

By Ina Coretchi

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The EBRD has sold its minority share ownership in six life assurance and pensions companies in central and eastern Europe, subsidiaries of AXA Group.

The Bank is exiting from AXA Zycie and AXA PTE in Poland, AXA Penzijni and AXA Zivotni in Czech Republic, AXA Biztosito and AXA Magyarorszag Befektetesi Alapkezelo in Hungary by selling its stakes to the majority shareholder, the AXA Group.

AXA enjoys a competitive position in the markets in these countries and its subsidiaries will continue to expand in this next stage of their activities.

“Since its first series of equity investments in these pension and life insurance companies, the EBRD has demonstrated a long-term commitment to the development of the insurance and financial sector in central and eastern Europe. The subsidiaries of AXA in Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary are now on a clear path to the next stage of growth under the leadership of the Group. The EBRD continues to look for new opportunities to support the financial sector throughout the region”, said Nick Tesseyman, Business Group Director, Financial Institutions.

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