Aviva to grow motor book as profits and premiums rise

Sales were up 14%, with net written premiums at £2,222m, while its combined operating ratio (COR) improved two percentage points to 96%.

Personal motor customers increased, with net written premiums up 24% at £705m (H1 2010: £569m). Personal and commercial motor rates increased by 21% and 10% respectively. Homeowners increased by 6% and Aviva said there were low single digits in commercial non-motor.

Aviva said it planned to grow its motor insurance business further and would shortly be

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