Allianz UK CEO Dye declines to comment on XL acquisition rumours

Jon Dye

Allianz UK CEO Jon Dye has declined to comment on recent speculation that the group is looking to acquire XL.

Earlier this month Bloomberg reported that the German insurer had shown a “preliminary” interest in Bermuda-based XL, which has an alleged market value of almost $10bn (£7.15bn).

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