The Dutch government has sold its shares in Fortis Corporate Insurance to British insurance group Amlin, the finance ministry said on Wednesday.
The sale will raise some €350m which will go towards reducing the national debt.
FCI, which has a workforce of 350, is headquartered in Amstelveen and focuses on offering travel, fire and personnel insurance to companies.
The government said last November it planned to sell FCI.
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