The mutualist, who has just married Aésio to give birth to the Aéma group, confirms his interest in taking over Aviva France, the subsidiary of the British insurer on sale since last summer.
The Macif comes out of the woods. Barely married with Aésio Mutuelle to create Aéma, the mutual insurer confirmed on Tuesday its interest in taking over Aviva France.
“It is not a mystery that within Aéma Groupe we are studying the possibility of acquiring Aviva France”, said in response to a question Adrien Couret, boss of Macif appointed to the post of CEO of Aéma. The leader of the new group present in both property and casualty insurance, health and provident insurance, however hastened to add that he was “Premature” to say more, the dossier being “In the investigation phase”.