Ceta investing for growth after MBO

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Ceta Insurance has targeted the SME and non-standard property sectors as areas for growth as it looks to push on after its recent management buyout, chief executive officer John Bibby has told Insurance Age.

Bibby took up the role in September of last year when the MBO backed by private equity firm Kester Capital went through and David Quick, Adrian Waters and Sandie Schofield retired from the Chipping Norton-based business.

The news came as the firm released results for the year leading up to

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