Locked in a soft market and facing economic headwinds, one might expect insurers to view mergers and acquisitions as a natural avenue for growth. Yet, discounting a few sizable transaction related to the restructuring of American International Group, the past few years has been largely devoid of deals in the insurance industry.

The question of why was a recurring theme this week in Toronto at the International Insurance Society’s Annual Seminar.

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