MUMBAI, Aug 8 India's HDFC Standard Life Insurance Co Ltd reached agreement on Monday to take over smaller rival Max Life Insurance in an all-stock deal to create the nation's top private life insurer valued at nearly $10 billion.
The companies, which began deal talks in June, said HDFC Life shareholders would own 69 percent of the new company and Max Life shareholders 31 percent.
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