British insurer Admiral said on Tuesday the price comparison arm of Zoopla Property Group will buy its Penguin Portals and Preminen businesses that include online portal in a deal valued at 508 million pounds ($685.50 million).

Zoopla’s RVU will acquire Penguin Portals, which also includes, and Admiral’s technology operation, and its 50% share in Preminen Price Comparison Holdings.

Global insurer MAPFRE will also sell its 25% stake in Rastreator and 50% holding in Preminen to RVU as part of the deal.

The deal excludes Admiral’s U.S. comparison business and is expected to slightly lower its future earnings. It will result in proceeds of around 450 million pounds for the company.

Admiral, which has benefited from a drop in motor insurance claims due to coronavirus-related curbs on transportation, said it expects to return most of the proceeds to shareholders and use a portion to develop new business.

Admiral shares had gained 2% on the London Stock Exchange by 0804 GMT.