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Protective Life Corp. ( PL ) Q3 2013 Earnings Conference Call October 31, 2013 9:00 AM ET Executives ..... Good day ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Third Quarter 2013 Protective Life Corporation’s Earnings Conference Call. My name is Tahisha, and I
S. market on concerns of the soon-to-be-implemented Solvency II capital requirements. Most recently, Aviva sold its U.S. life and annuities business to Athene Holding. AXA also announced the sale of MONY Life to Protective Life .
AXA is retreating from the U.S. market. The company sold its closed-block U.S. life insurance business to Protective Life for $1.06 billion, and redeployed the capital to Asia. The company bought a 50% stake in China's auto insurer
concerns about the Solvency II capital requirements. Most recently, AXA also announced the sale of MONY Life to Protective Life . The uncertainties surrounding Solvency II could be an overhang to this IPO, in our view, given the Dutch parent
reserves. While no names have been publicly mentioned, Genworth Financial (GNW), Lincoln National (LNC) and Protective Life (PL) are among those that use a disputed methodology that has enabled them to keep reserves down. DirecTv and Fox
model. In other news, the company closed the previously announced sale of its wholly owned subsidiary, UILIC, to Protective Life PL. After postclosing adjustments, the company expects to receive approximately $669 million from the sale of this
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Fahey says are getting " less bad " along with a slug of insurance companies , including Lincoln National LNC and Protective Life PL . Fahey , a former health - care analyst , is focusing on what he calls health - care " middlemen , " such as laboratory