RSA UK's personal lines performance takes up commercial lines slack

The group as a whole had similar good news producing £277m profit on premiums of over £4.1bn and boasting a COR of 93.2%.

RSA attributed the positive result in the UK mainly to the personal lines book of business which produced an underwriting result of £27m on £678m of premiums. However, this was offset by a £19m underwriting loss on £892m of premiums in the commercial arm.

The insurer said that in commercial, it would continue to target speciality lines as it withdraws from the mid-market

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