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Mergers and acquisitions activity in the insurance industry was lower than expected in 2013, as buyers and sellers remained at odds on values, regulatory uncertainty continued and economic recovery remained tepid, according to Deloitte.

U.S. activity—which accounts for more than 40% of global-insurance M&A activity—fell by 60% in 2013, says Deloitte. And beyond the decrease in the number of deals, the firm says there was a “significant decline in the reported aggregate deal value and average deal value, due in part to fewer “large, transformative deals in the marketplace.”

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