NEW YORK— Italian investment company Exor has proposed to pay $130 per share, or about $6.16 billion, for the global reinsurance firm PartnerRe. PartnerRe has already agreed to combine with competitor Axis Capital Holdings in an all-stock deal valued at $11 billion. Exor said its offer has better value and more certainty for PartnerRe shareholders because...» Read More
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