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Allianz eyes business opportunity from Olympic partnership

Global insurance group Allianz aims to claw money back from its Worldwide Olympic Partner rights fee by selling insurance services to the Olympic movement and the wider sports ecosystem and financing related infrastructure projects.

The eight-year deal, from 2021 to 2028, is understood to be worth between $50m and $55m per year.

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