News: Ageas SA NV (AGES.BR)

AGES.BR on Brussels Stock Exchange

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12 Feb 2016
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Mon, Feb 8 2016

UPDATE 1-Battling doctor shortage, Indian hospitals offer intensive care from afar

* Electronic intensive care units a growth area for Fortis, Apollo

Battling doctor shortage, Indian hospitals offer intensive care from afar

* Electronic intensive care units a growth area for Fortis, Apollo

BRIEF-Ageas says court rejects liability claim filed by Patrinvest

* Says the court fully rejects liability claim filed by Patrinvest regarding Fortis' prospectus

BRIEF-Ageas share suspended relating to court decision

* Share temporarily suspended relating to court decision on Fortis legacy

EU mergers and takeovers (Jan 21)

BRUSSELS, Jan 21 The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process:

BRIEF-Ageas's Solvency II Internal Model gets NBB approval

* Says the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) has approved the Ageas partial internal model NonLife aiming at fine-tuning the solvency capital requirements according to the Solvency II Directive, which will become effective as of Jan. 1, 2016 Source text: http://bit.ly/1QWL0xv

Dutch government expects to float former Fortis unit ASR next year -report

AMSTERDAM, Nov 27 The Dutch government intends to float ASR, a former insurance arm of the Belgian financial group Fortis, in an initial public offering next year, the Netherlands' ANP news agency reported.

Belgian insurer Ageas mulls options for 2.5 bln euros cash pile-CEO

* Firm has 2.5 bln euros for acquisitions or shareholder cashback

Asian stock market woes dent profits of Belgian insurer Ageas

BRUSSELS, Nov 4 Belgium's Ageas reported on Wednesday a worse-than-expected result from its insurance activities, as a drop in stock markets sharply reduced its income from its Asian life business.

BRIEF-Ageas reports Q3 results below Reuters poll estimates

* Reports 9-month insurance net profit up by 6 pct to 613 million euros ($671.2 million), with Asia and Non-Life business as main contributors

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