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About: Aegon is a life insurance and long-term savings company listed in the Netherlands. It listed on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange in the 1980s and now has mature operations in the United States, United Kingdom, and four growth markets of Brazil, China, Portugal, and Spain. Over recent years, Aegon has been moving through a substantial transformation program where management has sought to divest noncore operations and improve the risk profile of the business by separating the company into strategic and financial assets. Financial assets are the parts of the business that are now being run down. Here, Aegon is looking to cycle out of highly capital-consumptive and volatile earnings products and recycle funds into capital-light and more predictable strategic businesses.

Employees: 15,658

Funds holding %
of 6,474 funds
Analysts bullish %
News positive %
of 5 articles

Fund manager confidence

Based on 2023 Q4 SEC filings by fund managers ($100M+ AUM)

218% more call options, than puts

Call options by funds: $82.4K | Put options by funds: $25.9K

139% more first-time investments, than exits

New positions opened: 55 | Existing positions closed: 23

18% more funds holding

Funds holding: 177 [Q3] → 209 (+32) [Q4]

9% more capital invested

Capital invested by funds: $881M [Q3] → $962M (+$81.8M) [Q4]

2% more repeat investments, than reductions

Existing positions increased: 53 | Existing positions reduced: 52

0.75% less ownership

Funds ownership: 9.04% [Q3] → 8.28% (-0.75%) [Q4]

Research analyst outlook

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Financial journalist opinion

Based on 5 articles about AEG published over the past 30 days