Grupo de inversiones Suramericana
in Central America
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
The Colombian company signed an agreement to acquire the
shares of Insurance Banistmo, whose participation in the Panamanian market is 8%.
From a statement issued by
Friday, August 2, 2013
Central America microinsurance coverage is minimal, with rates well below the rest of Latin America.
Throughout the region, Guatemala leads they way in such services with 0.58%, followed by El Salvador (0.13%), Nicaragua (0.12%), Panama (0.06%) and Honduras (0.05%) .
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
The Superintendency of the Financial System in
El Salvador (SSF), has authorized the company Suramericana SA to buy insurer Aseguradora Suiza Salvadoreña S.A. (Asesuisa).
The purchase of the leading
insurer Aseguradora Suiza Salvadoreña S.A. by Suramericana SA was announced last year in 2011, but has been awaiting authorization from the competent authorities.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
The Competition Superintendence in
El Salvador has approved a merger between Seguros Suramericana, S. A. and Aseguradora Suiza Salvadoreña, S. A.
A statement from the Competition Superintendence in El Salvador reads:
Friday, May 4, 2012
Panama and El Salvador are seen by Grupo Sura as countries "with political, social and macroeconomic stability" for their
The president of
Colombia's Grupo Sura, David Bojanini, said his holding company plans regional procurement in countries that provide economic, political and especially legal security.
Friday, February 4, 2011
The insurance subsidiary of Suramericana Investment Group will invest $100 million to acquire insurer
The company hopes to conclude negotiations by next March.
The acquisition is part of the company´s expansion plans, said company president, Gonzalo Pérez.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Before the end of the year the company expects to close the purchase of Asesuisa y Asesuisa Vida and pension fund manager AFP Crecer.
This was informed by company CFO, Andrew Bernal, to Bnamericas.com.
"Suramericana will acquire AFP Crecer through its unit AFP Proteccion, the second largest manager of private pension funds in Colombia."