CIG Pannonia to transfer general retail policies to Aegon
Hungarian insurer CIG Pannonia today announced that it had decided to transfer the retail policies of its general insurance unit to Aegon Magyarország.
The transfer will take effect when the necessary permit is obtained, CIG Pannonia said. and it affects about 1% of CIG Pannonia's portfolio and is line with the insurer' new strategy.
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