Hedge fund supremo Chris Flowers heads the latest consortium conducting due diligence on Transatlantic Re, The Insurance Insider can reveal.
Flowers' private equity vehicle JC Flowers & Co became the third party to be actively looking at Transatlantic Re's books after signing a confidentiality agreement last week, sources have told this publication.
Flowers is a former Goldman Sachs partner who became a private equity maven specialising in financial services. He is thought to be working with Enstar, the Bermudian-headquartered run-off...
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