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Life consolidator Phoenix Group is set to acquire Sun Life UK, a closed book UK life insurance company, for £248 million, funded from existing cash resources.

The deal is expected to deliver c.£470 million of incremental long-term cash generation, with approximately 30% of this cash generation to emerge in the first three years.

Sun Life UK operates a predominantly outsourced business model with the majority of its policy administration already undertaken by TCS Diligenta,Phoenix’s strategic outsourcing partner, which supports a simplified operational integration programme.

Consequently, the group is targeting the delivery of close to £125 million of integration synergies, net of costs, from cost efficiencies and capital management actions, representing around half of the consideration paid.

Phoenix has also agreed a new long-term strategic asset management partnership with Sun Life that complements the group’s existing relationships. This should enhance and diversify liquid and illiquid credit origination capabilities in North America, building on Sun Life’s presence in the region.

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The acquisition is subject to regulatory approvals and is expected to complete in the first quarter of 2023. It also supports a 2.5% inorganic dividend increase, payable from, and including, the 2022 final dividend.

Sun Life UK represents around £10 billion of the estimated £480 billion UK Heritage M&A market.

According to Phoenix, this is the group’s first acquisition to be financed solely from existing cash resources, reflecting the surplus cash and capital available for reinvestment into growth.

The group’s Board continues to see M&A as a strategic priority going forward and a core part of the Group’s growth strategy, Phoenix noted.

Andy Briggs, Phoenix Group CEO, commented:”The acquisition of Sun Life UK is highly attractive for Phoenix Group and demonstrates the significant value that smaller cash funded M&A transactions can deliver for our shareholders.

“We welcome the colleagues who will join us from Sun Life UK, and as the UK’s largest long-term savings and retirement business with a strong track record of closed book integrations, we look forward to offering a safe home for Sun Life UK’s customers over the long term.

“I am pleased that we will also be able to offer Sun Life UK’s customers access to our broad range of Standard Life products in our Open division.”

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Killexams : Antitrust trial puts book publishing industry in the dock

NEW YORK (AP) — The Justice Department’s effort to block the merger of Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster isn’t just a showcase for the Biden administration’s tougher approach to corporate consolidation, it’s a rare moment for the publishing industry itself to be placed in the dock.

Through the first week of an expected two- to three-week trial in U.S. District Court in Washington, top publishing executives at Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster and elsewhere, along with agents and such authors as Stephen King, have shared opinions, relived disappointments and revealed financial figures they otherwise would have preferred to discuss privately or confide on background with reporters.

“I apologize for the passionate language,” Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle testified about correspondence exhibited in court that reflected tensions between him and other Penguin Random House executives. “These are private text messages to my closest collaborators in the company.”

FILE - Author Stephen King arrives at federal court before testifying for the Department of Justice as it bids to block the proposed merger of two of the world's biggest publishers, Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster, Aug. 2, 2022, in Washington. Through the first week of trial, top publishing executives at Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster and elsewhere, along with agents and such authors as Stephen King have shared opinions, relived disappointments and revealed numbers they otherwise would have preferred to discuss privately or confide on background with reporters. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

The government is trying to demonstrate that the merger will lead to less competition for bestselling authors, lowering their advances and reducing the number of books. The Justice Department contends that the top publishers, which also include Hachette, HarperCollins Publishers and Macmillan, already dominate the market for popular books and writers and have effectively made it near-impossible for any smaller publisher to break through.

Penguin Random House and others argue that the market is dynamic and unpredictable, with competitors from university presses to Amazon.com capable of turning out bestsellers.

Like any other self-contained community, book industry professionals speak in a kind of shorthand and follow customs that are instinctive to them and at times unclear to outsiders. For U.S. District Court Judge Florence Y. Pan and for lawyers on each side, the trial has been in part a translation project.

It is also been a chance to hear some of the industry’s leaders under oath.

William Morrow Group’s president and publisher, Liate Stehlik, confided that she only made a limited effort to acquire fiction by Dean Koontz, who has published with Amazon.com, because his sales have been declining.

Award-winning author Andrew Solomon explained that he chose to publish his acclaimed “Noonday Demon” with Scribner, a Simon & Schuster imprint, in part because Scribner has the kind of sales and marketing resources that smaller companies lack.

The president and publisher of Penguin Books, Brian Tart, agreed with the judge’s suggestion that profit and loss assessments for possible book acquisitions are “really fake” and do not reflect real costs. Tart also testified that he passed on bidding for Marie Kondo’s million-selling “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” because he “didn’t know what to make of it.”

Simon & Schuster CEO Jonathan Karp acknowledged that a popular industry term, “mid-list writer,” long associated with a broad and intrepid corps of noncommercial authors, a kind of publishing middle class, is essentially fictitious and a polite way of not labeling anyone a “low-list” writer.

Questioned by the judge, Karp also said that while publishers value all the books they acquire, books obtained for an excessive advance — money guaranteed to the author no matter how the book sells — do require special attention.

“If you really love the book, you have to jump through hoops,” he said.

At times, a glossary might have been needed to follow some common industry terms:

—Earning out. This is when a book sells enough to recoup the advance paid and the author can begin collecting royalties, although some books can make a profit for the publisher even when not earning out. (Most new books, executives acknowledged, do not earn out.)

—Backlist. This refers to older books, an invaluable resource for publishers, who rely on them as steady sources of revenue.

—Beauty contest. This is when two or more publishers are offering similar advances and nonfinancial terms such as marketing skills or the appeal of working with a particular editor determine who wins.

—10% topping. This refers to when an agent asks the publisher not just to match the highest competing offer, but add 10% more.

—All access books: As defined by Dohle, these are books so inexpensive, such as those Amazon.com offers through its e-book subscription service Kindle Unlimited, that they damage the industry overall by forcing down prices and, inevitably, author advances.

Witnesses from Dohle to Hachette Book Group CEO Michael Pietsch spoke at length of their love for the business and of what they said was the higher mission of bringing ideas and stories to the public. But publishing is a profit-making business and even the most idealistic of authors and executives are alert to the bottom line.

Through internal emails, depositions, and both live and videotaped testimony, the trial has bared internal rules and strategies about the acquisition of books and the letdowns when a desired book goes elsewhere.

At Simon & Schuster, editors must submit “justification” reports to senior management to gain approval for deals worth $200,000 to $250,000 or more. At the William Morrow Group, a HarperCollins division, the number is $350,000. Tart also requires approval for deals $250,000 and higher, while Dohle testified that he must sign off on deals of $2 million or higher.

Publishers love to share stories of favorite acquisitions. Pietsch’s range from David Foster Wallace to Keith Richards. Karp’s include the late Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., and Bruce Springsteen.

But the trial has highlighted disappointments and missed chances — a source of “gallows humor,” as Tart called it. He not only passed on Kondo’s book but on Delia Owens’ blockbuster “Where the Crawdads Sing.” At Hachette, they keep a list of “The Ones That Got Away,” deals for which the publisher bid $500,000 or more but still lost.

Karp testified that Simon & Schuster was outbid by Hachette on a new book by Ben Carson, the famed neurosurgeon who was former President Donald Trump’s housing secretary. At one point, the Justice Department cited internal emails to point out that Simon & Schuster had lost three bidding competitions to Penguin Random House in a single week.

Karp also spoke of a book he did acquire, an anticipated work by a spiritual leader with a substantial following.

“Unfortunately, his followers didn’t follow him to the bookstore,” Karp said.

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AP Business Writer Marcy Gordon in Washington contributed to this report.

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Killexams : SUN LIFE ANNOUNCES INTENTION TO SELL ITS UK BUSINESS

Sun Life also establishes long-term strategic partnership with UK's largest long-term savings and retirement business

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TORONTO and LONDON, Aug. 4, 2022 /CNW/ - Sun Life Financial Inc. (TSX: SLF) (NYSE: SLF) announced today it has entered into an agreement to sell SLF of Canada UK Limited ("Sun Life UK") to Phoenix Group Holdings plc ("Phoenix Group") (LSE: PHNX). Headquartered in London, Phoenix Group is the UK's largest long-term savings and retirement business with more than 13 million customers and £310 billion of assets under administration.

Sun Life UK manages life and pension policies and annuity blocks for UK Clients. The company is closed to new sales and has been operating as a run-off business in the life and pension policies segment since 2001.

Sun Life will sell Sun Life UK to Phoenix Group for a closing price of £248 million (approximately C$385 million) and will retain its economic interest in UK's payout annuities business. This transaction will also provide further growth opportunities for Sun Life's asset management businesses.

As part of the sale, Sun Life will form a long-term partnership to become a strategic asset management partner to Phoenix Group. Sun Life's asset management companies, MFS and SLC Management, will continue to manage approximately C$9 billion of Sun Life UK's general account upon the close of the sale.

Phoenix Group has set a goal to invest approximately US$25 billion in North American public and private fixed income and alternative investments over the next five years. MFS and SLC Management will be material partners to Phoenix Group in achieving this goal.

"We're excited to partner with Phoenix Group. A great deal of consideration was taken to find the right buyer and partner for our UK business. Phoenix Group is a purpose-led company with similar values to Sun Life and a strong focus on delivering outcomes for their customers. We're also pleased about our asset management partnership, which will bring the strength of MFS and SLC Management to Phoenix Group customers," said Kevin Strain, President and CEO of Sun Life. "Thank you to our UK team for all of their efforts in delivering solid results year-after-year in our life, pension and annuities businesses. We believe Phoenix Group will be a great organization for our UK employees and Clients."

"This acquisition is highly attractive for Phoenix Group.  As the UK's largest long-term savings and retirement business with a strong track record of UK closed book integrations, we look forward to offering a safe home for Sun Life UK Clients over the long term and enabling them to benefit from our broad range of Standard Life products in our Open division," said Andy Briggs, Phoenix Group, CEO. "I would like to take this opportunity to welcome the colleagues who will join us from Sun Life UK. We are also pleased to enter into a new, long-term strategic asset management partnership with MFS and SLC Management, Sun Life's Asset Management businesses. This partnership will complement our existing relationships and further enhance our liquid and illiquid credit capabilities in North America by building on their strong presence in the region."

Since 2016, Phoenix Group has successfully completed four acquisitions totaling approximately £7.5 billion. This has supported increasing their assets under administration by more than 300% over the past five years through organic and inorganic growth.

Strain added, "The sale of the Sun Life UK business is consistent with our strategy to grow fee-based and capital light businesses. It also frees up capital to continue on our journey of creating long-term value for our shareholders. This transaction also aligns with our objective to continue building our Sun Life asset management pillar by creating an attractive long-term partnership with the UK's leading long-term savings and retirement business."

This transaction is expected to close during the first half of 2023, subject to receipt of regulatory approvals and satisfaction of customary closing conditions.

Fenchurch Advisory Partners acted as a financial advisor to Sun Life for this transaction and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP served as legal counsel.

Slides related to this announcement are available at www.sunlife.com.

About Sun Life

Sun Life is a leading international financial services organization providing asset management, wealth, insurance and health solutions to individual and institutional Clients. Sun Life has operations in a number of markets worldwide, including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, India, China, Australia, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia and Bermuda. As of June 30, 2022, Sun Life had total assets under management of C$1.26 trillion. For more information, please visit www.sunlife.com.

Sun Life Financial Inc. trades on the Toronto (TSX), New York (NYSE) and Philippine (PSE) stock exchanges under the ticker symbol SLF.

About Phoenix Group

Phoenix Group is the UK's largest long-term savings and retirement business. With £0.3 trillion of assets under administration, we offer our c.13 million customers a broad range of products across our market-leading pensions, savings and life insurance brands which include Standard Life and Sun Life. We support people throughout their savings cycle, and our vision is to help even more people on their journey to and through retirement, providing the right support at the right time.

A member of the FTSE 100, we're a sustainably growing business united by a common purpose – to help people secure a life of possibilities. This drives everything we do and means taking responsible and sustainable investment decisions and using our presence and voice to drive forward change for the better for our customers, our colleagues, and our wider community.

We have been recognised as a leading employer for many years. We are accredited as a Living Wage Employer and as a Carer Positive Exemplary Employer for offering the best support to colleagues who are carers.

Linkedin:  PhoenixGroup-UK  Twitter: @PhoenixGroupUK

Forward-looking Statements

From time to time, Sun Life makes written or oral forward-looking statements within the meaning of certain securities laws, including the "safe harbour" provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and applicable Canadian securities legislation. Forward-looking statements contained in this release include, without limitation, statements (i) relating to our strategies, (ii) relating to our anticipated divestiture of Sun Life UK, (iii) relating to our growth initiatives and other business objectives, (iv) relating to the expected timing of the closing of the transaction, (v) relating to the expected impact of the transaction on our business and financial results, (vi) that are predictive in nature or that depend upon or refer to future events or conditions, and (vii) that include words such as "intends", "expect", "will", and similar expressions.

These statements represent our current expectations, estimates, and projections regarding future events and are not historical facts, and remain subject to change, particularly in light of the ongoing and developing COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the global economy and its uncertain impact on our business. Forward-looking statements are not a ensure of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties that are difficult to predict. The forward-looking statements in this news release do not reflect the potential impact of any non-recurring or other special items or of any dispositions, mergers, acquisitions, other business combinations or other transactions that may be announced or that may occur after the date of this news release. If any non-recurring or other special item or any transaction should occur, the financial impact could be complex and the effect on our operations or results would depend on the facts particular to such item and we cannot describe the expected impact in a meaningful way or in the same way we could present known risks affecting our business.

Forward-looking statements are presented for the purpose of assisting investors and others in understanding our expected financial position and results of operations as at the date of this news release, as well as our objectives for the transaction, strategic priorities and business outlook following the transaction, and in obtaining a better understanding of our anticipated operating environment following the transaction. Readers are cautioned that such forward-looking statements may not be appropriate for other purposes and undue reliance should not be placed on these forward-looking statements.

The following risk factors are related to our intention to divest Sun Life UK that could have a material adverse effect on our forward-looking statements: (i) the ability of the parties to complete the transaction; (ii) failure of the parties to obtain necessary consents and approvals or to otherwise satisfy the conditions to the completion of the transaction in a timely manner, or at all; (iii) our ability to realize the financial and strategic benefits of the transaction; and (iv) the impact of the announcement of the transaction and the dedication of our resources to completing the transaction. These risks all could have an impact on our business relationships (including with future and prospective employees, Clients, distributors and partners) and could have a material adverse effect on our current and future operations, financial conditions and prospects. Other important risk factors that could cause our real results to differ materially from those expressed in or implied by the forward-looking statements in this presentation are set out in our MD&A for the period ended June 30, 2022 and in SLF Inc.'s other annual and interim regulatory filings filed with Canadian securities regulators or furnished to U.S. securities regulators, which are available for review at www.sedar.com and www.sec.gov, respectively.

The Company does not undertake any obligation to update or revise its forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this document or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, except as required by law.

Sun Life Media Relations Contact:

Sun Life Investor Relations Contact:

Rajani Kamath

Yaniv Bitton

Associate Vice-President

Vice-President, Head of Investor

Corporate Communications

Relations & Capital Markets

T: 647-515-7514

T: 416-979-6496

rajani.kamath@sunlife.com

yaniv.bitton@sunlife.com 

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Killexams : Phoenix unveils £248m swoop on Sun Life
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Phoenix Group is acquiring Sun Life UK, a closed book UK life insurance company, from Sun Life Financial in a £248 million deal.

Sun Life does not write new business, other than offering increments on current policies to existing customers on a passive basis.

At 31 December 2021, Sun Life UK had c.480,000 in-force policies and c.£10 billion of assets under administration, of which c.£2.5 billion are annuities that will remain reinsured with Sun Life.

The acquisition, funded from existing cash resources, is expected to deliver c.£470 million of incremental long-term cash generation, with approximately 30% of this cash generation to emerge in the first three years.

Sun Life UK operates a predominantly outsourced business model with the majority of its policy administration already undertaken by Phoenix’s strategic outsourcing partner, TCS Diligenta.

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Phoenix is targeting the delivery of c.£125 million of integration synergies, net of costs, from cost efficiencies and capital management actions, representing c.50% of the consideration paid.

The acquisition is expected to complete in Q1 2023.

It is Phoenix’s first acquisition to be financed solely from existing cash resources, reflecting the surplus cash and capital available for reinvestment into growth. 

Phoenix said the value and cash flow generated through this acquisition support a sustainable 2.5% inorganic increase in the Group’s dividend, to take effect from and including the 2022 Final Dividend, subject to completion.

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Ahead of the full year results, the board will assess if organic business growth delivered over the year can fund a further sustainable dividend increase for 2022.

Commenting on the acquisition, Phoenix Group CEO, Andy Briggs said: “The acquisition of Sun Life UK is highly attractive for Phoenix Group and demonstrates the significant value that smaller cash funded M&A transactions can deliver for our shareholders.

“We expect this acquisition to deliver incremental long-term cash generation of around £470 million, inclusive of cost and capital synergies.

“This supports a 2.5% dividend increase, in line with our ambition to sustainably grow our dividend over time.

“We welcome the colleagues who will join us from Sun Life UK, and as the UK’s largest long-term savings and retirement business with a strong track record of closed book integrations, we look forward to offering a safe home for Sun Life UK’s customers over the long term.

“I am pleased that we will also be able to offer Sun Life UK’s customers access to our broad range of Standard Life products in our Open division.”

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Killexams : Phoenix buys SLFoC closed life, pensions and annuity book

Phoenix Group is buying Sun Life of Canada UK for £248m in a deal that will see its customers offered access to Standard Life products.

Sun Life UK operates a life company, Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada (U.K.) Limited, which is a closed book with life, pensions and annuity business. It does not write new business, other than offering increments on current policies to existing customers on a passive basis. At 31 December 2021, Sun Life UK had around.480,000 in-force policies and around £10 billion of assets under administration, of which £2.5 billion are annuities that will remain reinsured with Sun Life.

Phoenix Group CEO Andy Briggs says:“The acquisition of Sun Life UK is highly attractive for Phoenix Group and demonstrates the significant value that smaller cash funded M&A transactions can deliver for our shareholders. We expect this acquisition to deliver incremental long-term cash generation of around £470 million, inclusive of cost and capital synergies. This supports a 2.5% dividend increase, in line with our ambition to sustainably grow our dividend over time.

We welcome the colleagues who will join us from Sun Life UK, and as the UK’s largest long-term savings and retirement business with a strong track record of closed book integrations, we look forward to offering a safe home for Sun Life UK’s customers over the long term. I am pleased that we will also be able to offer Sun Life UK’s customers access to our broad range of Standard Life products in our Open division.”

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Marcia Andrews is a Palm Beach County School Board member facing challengers who are long on ideology and short on substance.

A lifelong educator who spent decades as a district teacher and administrator and has spent the last 12 years on the board, Andrews represents District 6. It includes the county’s western cluster of Wellington, Royal Palm Beach and Loxahatchee and the Glades communities. All District 6 voters can cast ballots in this Aug. 23 election.

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Of Andrews’ four opponents, only Deanne Ewers — a district teacher — and Amanda Silvestri participated in the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board candidate forum. The other candidates are Jeff Browning and Jennifer Showalter.

Silvestri’s two issues are the board’s COVID-19 mask mandate and the equity statement that originally referred to “white advantage.” Silvestri said “there wasn’t enough proof” to support that wording, which the board — with Andrews in the majority — removed after receiving criticism.

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Of the mask policy, Andrews said, “Different parents have different wishes. I will stick with what I did for our children.”

Of the equity statement, Andrews said, “We should have looked at that a lot closer.” She voted to remove it because she opposes all policies that leave people with “hurt feelings.”

Beyond those two issues, Silvestri could not cite any Andrews votes with which she disagreed. She said of Andrews, “You’ve done a great job,” yet she also believes the board needs “a new, fresh voice.”

Silvestri’s voice would not be helpful. “I’m not a right-winger,” she said, though she has a $100 contribution from School Board candidate Angelique Contreras, who’s challenging Erica Whitfield in District 4. Silvestri called Contreras, who went to the rally that preceded the U.S. Capitol riot, “a great candidate.”

Silvestri and Showalter also campaigned for votes at a local gun show. Given the many school shootings, that was clueless, tone deaf or both.

Silvestri in particular had previously expressed anger over Palm Beach Schools Superintendent Michael Burke referencing the Warren Zevon song “Lawyers, Guns and Money” in a speech to the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, a stance that now seems hypocritical in hindsight.

Silvestri also said “I despise” the label “don’t say gay” on legislation that restricts what teachers can discuss about sexual orientation. “It makes (a supporter) appear as a bigot.” But she volunteered that one book she would ban is Flamer, a coming-of-age story about a gay teen.

At 72, Andrews shows no sign of slowing down after a career in which she has been a district principal, an area superintendent and the chief recruiting officer. She has an extensive record of professional and civic volunteerism. The teachers union and other labor groups have endorsed her.

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Voters have many reasons to retain Andrews. The biggest is her advocacy for schools in the Glades, one of the county’s poorest areas.

Andrews helped start the Glades Career Readiness Roundtable, which raised $2 million to help students find jobs. The district has built three new Glades schools in the past decade. Andrews’ campaign contributions include many from Glades farmers who appreciate her devotion to the often-overlooked region.

As School Board Chairman Frank Barbieri told the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board, “I have never met anyone more dedicated to the children of Palm Beach County — especially those children in the Glades — than Mrs. Andrews.”

Ewers seems well-intentioned but has little grasp of policy issues. Browning favors the sheriff’s office taking over school policing. Showalter wants to “eradicate political indoctrinations” that don’t exist.

For voters, this is an easy choice. The Sun Sentinel recommends Marcia Andrews for Palm Beach County School Board District 6.

Editorials are the opinion of the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board and written by one of its staff members. The Editorial Board consists of Editorial Page Editor Steve Bousquet, Deputy Editorial Page Editor Dan Sweeney and Editor-in-Chief Julie Anderson.

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