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Asian insurers close to sealing more City of London deals…

Published on December 9th, 2014

China’s Taikang Life and Gaw Capital are frontrunners to buy Milton Gate, while Taiwan’s Fubon Life is close to clinching Bow Bells House in its second City deal Asian insurers…

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