TOWER Australia Group (TAL) is a specialist life insurance services provider. The principal activities of the Company include catering of life insurance services, management of funds, risk superannuation, provision of financial advice and investment management. TOWER Australia Group listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on 21st November, 2006. There are two main operating divisions of the Company comprising life insurance and funds management, and other financial services.
TOWER (TWR) is an independent financial services provider. TOWER began its business operations in New Zealand in 1869 as a government department focused on the provision of life insurance policies and pensions. At present, the main focus of the Company is on selected niches in the risk insurance and wealth management sectors. The Company’s portfolio of services is comprised of life, health and general insurance; individual and group superannuation; retail managed funds; and wholesale asset management. The Company is dual listed on Australian and New Zealand Stock Exchange.
Calliden Group (CIX) is a specialist insurance services provider with a focus on the underwriting of general insurance and management of investments of shareholders' and insurance funds. Calliden Group caters insurance manufacturing, distribution, claims management and investment management (comprising business investments) related services. It listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on 20th December, 1993. Calliden Group is organised into two business segments: General insurance business and Distribution business.
QBE Insurance was listed on the ASX (Australian Stock Exchange) on 28 June, 1973. QBE Insurance group's operations cover 44 countries which underwrites general and reinsurance risks, investment management and management of the economic entity's share of the NSW and Victorian workers' compensation scheme. The insurance company provides all major lines of insurance covers for personal, commercial and specialist risks in Australia, the Asia Pacific region, the Americas and Europe.
QBE Insurance Company History
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There are a few listed insurance companies listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) such as QBE, AXA, AMP, IAG and SUN. QBE remains Citigroup Investment Research's (CIR) stand out pick. Despite its strong recent run, CIR still view QBE as their top pick in the Australian insurance sector. It looks likely to report a very strong result – their 22.2% insurance margin forecast is top of the market and we flag upside risk.
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