Allianz Cornhill has urged brokers to focus on its performance in retaining customers during 2006, following a weakening in its financial results for 2005.
The insurer, which reported profits falling slightly from £210.6m to £206.4m, added that it was looking to increase its agency base by a further 185 brokers, having added 150 in 2005.
Andrew Torrance, chief executive of Allianz Cornhill put the insurer's poor performance in the personal lines market - when compared to its peers - down to th
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