Groupama hails progress on all fronts

Groupama has become far less reliant on motor and developed a more diverse business over the last year, according to its managing director, Francois-Xavier Boisseau.

Mr Boisseau said that, 12 months since taking over the role, all classes of business were contributing to profit which meant that Groupama was no longer as reliant on the motor side of the business for its profit.

"We now have a more diverse book of business and motor is still performing well," said Mr Boisseau. "In regards to the

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