The APRIL and Malakoff Humanis groups announce that they have finalized the transfer of Axéria Prévoyance, a risk bearing company specializing in health insurance, provident insurance and borrowing.
This sale marks the strengthening of the strategic partnership between APRIL and Malakoff Humanis.
The conclusion of the final agreements between the APRIL and Malakoff Humanis groups follows the completion of the information and consultation procedures applicable in social matters and the obtaining of authorizations from the ACPR and the Competition Authority, in accordance with on schedule.
This sale is accompanied by a distribution partnership concluded between APRIL and Malakoff Humanis. The objective of this agreement is to strengthen commercial relations between the two groups in order to promote their respective developments and increase the service provided to customers.
Leader in wholesale insurance brokerage in France, the APRIL group has now finalized its refocusing on its distribution activities and reaffirms its strong ambitions for growth, in particular in loan insurance, health and personal, professional and micro-life insurance. The historic strengthened strategic partnership with Malakoff Humanis enables APRIL to accelerate its development in these core markets, at the service of its broker partners and its insured clients.
This acquisition and this structuring partnership will allow Malakoff Humanis to pursue its development in the individual health and provident insurance market and in the loan insurance market. Through this operation, the Group will also increase its presence with very small businesses and TNS. This new project with APRIL, leader in wholesale insurance brokerage in France, also illustrates Malakoff Humanis' desire to strengthen its presence on this channel.
“For several years now, we have had close relations with Malakoff Humanis, who is now one of our main insurance partners. We share their ambitions for development in the life and health insurance markets and we are delighted with the prospects that we are opening together today with a strengthened partnership for the benefit of our partner brokers and our clients ”, explains Eric Maumy, Managing Director. of the APRIL group.
“This operation, with a long-standing partner of the Group, illustrates our development strategy on the individual market and our desire to support VSEs and TNSs with effective and sustainable social protection,” said Thomas Saunier, CEO of Malakoff Humanis.
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