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Tokio Marine's Brimecome: M&A Should Focus on Strategy, Culture

Ian Brimecome, senior managing executive officer and executive chairman international, Tokio Marine Holdings, said insurers in some regions of Asia consider acquisitions more for their long-term impact rather than for shorter-term capital needs.

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