- Bloomberg•last year
Protective Life Corp. is already making good on a pledge to help its new owner, Japan’s Dai-Ichi Life Insurance Co., grow in the U.S. On Wednesday, the Birmingham, Alabama-based insurer said it agreed to buy blocks of term-life policies from Genworth Financial Inc. for about $661 million through a reinsurance transaction. “The blocks we are acquiring from Genworth are exactly what we typically look for in an acquisition opportunity,” Protective Chief Executive Officer John D. Johns said in the statement.
- TheStreet.com•last year
There may be too many bears, says George Gero, vice president and precious metals strategist for RBC Capital Markets.
- Moody's•2 years agoPLC Capital Trust V -- Moody's upgrades Protective's debt ratings (senior debt to Baa1; outlook stable); affirms operating companies' ratings
New York, February 02, 2015-- Moody's Investors Service upgraded the debt ratings of Protective Life Corporation following the closing of Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company's acquisition of all the outstanding ...
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