Collective Health Said to Seek Funding at $1 Billion Valuation
The company runs an administration system aimed at small employers with self-insured health plans.
Outcome Health Raises $500 Million, Valuing It at $5 Billion
The company uses tablets and other means to give patients information about their care.
5 Ways an AXA U.S. Spinoff Could Affect You
All of the fuss could chase away the order takers and create opportunities for the actual advisors.
AXA Moves to Sweat the Asset Managers in U.S. IPO Plan
The author says managers were careful not to say how much of the U.S. operations they might sell.
AXA Plans to Sell Part of U.S. Life Unit to Public
Company executives say the partial spinoff will make the unit more visible and help it benefit from U.S. rules.
Athene CEO: IPO timing couldn’t have been better
A potential delay for the DOL fiduciary rule, rising interest rates and an uptick in the financial markets boosted Athene's stock offering.
Athene raises $1.08 billion in 3rd-biggest U.S. IPO of 2016
Under the purview of industry stalwart and Chief Executive Officer Jim Belardi, Athene has become a jewel for Leon Black’s Apollo.
Apollo-backed Athene to be valued up to $7.8 billion in IPO
The Bermuda-based annuity provider filed to sell 23.8 million shares at between $38 and $42 each.
MetLife files for spinoff of U.S. unit after weighing IPO
MetLife's U.S. retail unit, Brighthouse, offers policies with death benefits, as well as retirement products such as variable annuities.
Apollo-backed Athene expands mortgage bond wager ahead of IPO
Athene is building its investment portfolio around home loans as it prepares for an IPO.