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(Reuters) — Property and casualty insurer Chubb Ltd. said Monday it was “disappointed” that smaller rival Hartford Financial Services Inc. had declined to engage in talks on its $23.24 billion takeover offer.
Chubb made an offer of $65 per share on March 18, a premium of about 13% to Hartford's closing stock price a day earlier.
Hartford’s rejection, which came five days later, was widely expected, as analysts had said the company was worth $80 per share or more.
A deal between Hartford and Chubb would be the biggest in the sector since Aon PLC's $30 billion bid to buy Willis Towers Watson PLC last year, and the largest in the U.S. property/casualty insurance space since Chubb was created in its current form in January 2016.
(Reuters) – Chubb Ltd. is considering buying smaller rival Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. in a deal that would value the company at $21 billion, CNBC reported on Thursday, citing Bloomberg News.