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Acquisition of FNF Title Insurance Company Limited

6 January, 2016

Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings Ltd. (‘R&Q’) is pleased to announce that on 15th December the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) granted the change of control approval for the acquisition of FNF Title Insurance Company Limited (FNF), a Maltese subsidiary of Fidelity National Title Group in the USA.

Moreover, on 29th December the MFSA approved the transfer of the insurance business from FNF to R&Q Insurance (Malta) Limited. FNF will now be de-authorised and liquidated.

Paul Corver, Head of M&A (UK/Europe) at R&Q commented “We are delighted to have completed another transfer of legacy business into our Maltese consolidation vehicle. We have a healthy pipeline and expect further transactions to complete in the coming months.”

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Acquisition of FNF Title Insurance Company Limited

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