Only three weeks into the job and the former RBS banking chief has just reported, what he even described, as a "poor" set of results for 2013.
Indeed, the insurer's UK and Western Europe performance was so bad that, from the point of view of a journalist, it was almost difficult to know where to start.
So let's start with what most judged were the headline figures. The insurer racked up a post-tax loss of £338m for 2013, an incredible £600m reverse on the £327m profit recorded the previous year.
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