ABN AMRO pays 400 mln euro to Ageas to end dispute
AMSTERDAM, June 28
AMSTERDAM, June 28 (Reuters) - Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO will pay 400 million euros ($498 million) to Belgian insurer Ageas, formerly called Fortis, to settle legal proceedings over a former Fortis subsidiary and convertible securities, the two companies said on Thursday.
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