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We excel at delivering straightforward finality purchase solutions to difficult and complex (re)insurance run-off acquisitions

OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS

Our business partners are organisations from the insurance and (re)insurance sector which are exploring the possibility of selling whole run-off organisations or portfolios and liabilities.

 

OUR ACQUISITION STRATEGY

We review the risks and rewards of each investment in-depth and tailor our solutions to the individual circumstances to ensure that we offer our clients the right capital structure and that we can support the specific characteristics of each investment.

 

We possess the knowledge and experience to apply a robust, but measured, approach to due diligence and legal negotiations and can offer innovative and flexible transaction structures, especially in complex solutions.

 

OUR CAPITAL

We utilise multiple capital sources to retain absolute flexibility and control, both throughout the investment process and the future management of acquired assets and liabilities.  We draw on a vast network of contacts at leading providers of finance including institutional investors, pension funds, family offices, private equity and traditional banking sources.

 

Our bespoke solutions are suited to the most complex situations and we have access to the right capital to support the specific characteristics of each investment so that we can deliver optimum financial and non-financial terms to the vendor.

About Ashbrooke

Ashbrooke acquires companies and portfolios in the (re)insurance legacy and run-off market. Our team consists of highly experienced executives from international (re)insurance, corporate finance and corporate restructuring who are well-placed to identify and manage opportunities.

 

We believe possibility exists in every opportunity – complexity and difficulty simply require a flexible approach to develop new strategies and structures to overcome them. We are unconstrained by transaction size, portfolio structure, geography, class of business or locked-in capital sources.