Omega's sale to Lloyd's peer Canopius is almost certain to go through after more than 90 percent of votes cast by Omega shareholders favoured the £164mn takeover.
Shareholders cast 168,598,181 votes for the deal, with only 18,158,445 shares recorded against, easily clearing the 75 percent majority required to rubber-stamp the takeover and making completion a near certainty.
Company founder and former underwriting chief John Robinson holds 18,089,286 Omega shares and The Insurance Insider understands that he elected to cast his...
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