Aviva claims UK rise makes it market leader


It reported UK general insurance and health net written premiums up 10% to £3,754m for the nine months (2010: £3,412m). It reported overall general insurance and health net written premiums of £7.0bn, up 9%.

Aviva said UK general insurance sales were up 12%, with 318,000 new personal motor customers this year, making more than two million in total.

The group combined operating ratio improved one point to 96%. The UK saw a one point improvement to 95%. North America saw a two point improvement

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