(Bloomberg) -- Willis Group Holdings Plc, the third-largest insurance broker, agreed to buy the 70 percent of Gras Savoye that it doesn’t already own to expand in France, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Willis will pay 550 million euros ($590 million), a sum that includes the repayment of outstanding third-party debt, the London-based buyer said Wednesday in a statement.
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