RSA sees commercial book suffer

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RSA has reported a 3% drop in its UK premiums to £1.9bn despite an increase of 4% to £5bn across the group.

The insurer's commercial book suffered the most experiencing a 5% dip to £1.14bn while the personal lines book increased marginally by 1% to £829m. RSA's group CEO, Andy Haste, blamed the drop in commercial lines on lower premiums in commercial motor schemes and the mid-market segment.

However, he argued that the results stood up in the context of the overall economic conditions: "We have

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