After withdrawing its planned autumn IPO because of differences
of opinion with investors over its value, the German (re)insurance
group Talanx made a volte face last week and is now expected to
list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange on 2 October.
This is being seen as a fillip to UK insurer Direct Line Group's aspirations for a flotation on the London Stock Exchange - also slated for this autumn - despite signs of a similar variance in the perception of...
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