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American Financial to Strengthen Specialty Casualty Business

Free Report ) has agreed to buy ABA Insurance Services Inc. (ABAIS) from American Bankers Mutual Insurance, Ltd. (ABMI) for $28 million in cash. The buyout will help fortify the company’s presence in the Specialty Casualty lines of business. The transaction, pending closing conditions, is expected to culminate in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Shaker Heights, OH-based ABAIS is a principal provider of directors and officers insurance and other complementary insurance solutions for banks, small businesses and nonprofit organizations. The company has been in operation for three decades.

The acquisition will thus help American Financial expand its specialty property and casualty insurance capabilities. The purchased company is estimated to add $50 million in net written premiums yearly to the acquirer’s benefit .

Management estimates specialty casualty group to generate net written premium growth of 6-10% in 2018, up from the earlier guided 3-7%.

T-Mobile is working with a digital bank to offer financial services

T-Mobile and digital-only bank BankMobile are joining forces on a financial services offering for the wireless provider’s customers.

Customers Bank, BankMobile’s parent company, wrote in an SEC filing this week that it’s been working with T-Mobile since 2016 on a new product and technology partnership. The filing doesn’t spell out the type of financial product, but it offers two key details: digital account opening and “substantial subscription model benefits.” Both companies declined to comment on the specifics of the agreement, like revenue share, but more information will be announced in the coming weeks, according to the filing.

With mobile banking adoption rates in the U.S. increasing (around half of banked Americans accessed their account through a smartphone last year, according to the Federal Reserve), analysts say a tie-up will let the digital banking provider access millions more customers and benefit from the geographic spread of T-Mobile’s store network and customer base. As the smartphone becomes a central hub for shopping, communication and the provision of services, a mobile banking product would let a cellular provider deepen its connection with its customers, and it offers potential new revenue streams.

American General Financial Services loan question?

if you are applying for a loan at american general financial services, do you have to have good credit? Or will they look at your gross monthly income and consider that amount? thanks!

American General is a full-service lender. You will need established credit, although it need not be perfect or even great. Your income and it's source will play a part in their decision to grant or deny credit.