Zurich plans to make 90 redundancies from its UK life business as part of cost cutting measures in light of the challenging economic environment.
The global insurance firm said the job cuts would come from senior management, finance, legal, risk, compliance, operations and marketing. The company said the move was part of a wider group restructure...
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Insurance giant Zurich has revived its attempt to acquire rival business RSA with a new proposed cash offer of 550p per share, valuing the company at about £5.6bn.
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The chairman of Zurich insurance group has resigned days after the apparent suicide of chief financial officer Pierre Wauthier.
The chief financial officer of insurer Zurich Group was found dead at his home yesterday morning.
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