Principal Financial to buy AFP Cuprum for $1.51 bln
Oct 8 (Reuters) - Insurer and asset manager Principal Financial Group has agreed to buy Chilean pension company AFP Cuprum SA for about $1.51 billion to expand in emerging markets.
According to the deal Empresas Penta SA and Inversiones Banpenta Limitada will sell their 63 percent ownership in Cuprum.
Cuprum currently has about $32.1 billion in assets under management.
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