Argo’s chair of strategic review departs ahead of $1.1bn Brookfield sale
Bermuda-based global re/insurer Argo Group reported a widened loss for 2022 with a drastic decline in gross written premiums in a year its CEO described as “transformative” for the business, as it positioned itself to become a focused, pure play US specialty insurer leading to its recently agreed $1.1 billion sale to Brookfield Reinsurance.
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Argo Group, 2022 results, Net loss, Premiums, Thomas Bradley, Specialty insurance, M&A, Brookfield Reinsurance, US, Bermuda