Profits and growth at Ageas

Barry Smith

The insurer claimed the improvements had been driven by developments in both personal and commercial lines.

Across personal lines, GWP increased in household business for the three quarters to £231.6m (2010: £177.2m) while private car grew to £360.7m (2010: £346.4m) and travel was up to £49.2m (2010: £44.5m).

The commercial sector saw a 30.9% rise in GWP to £156.7m (2010: 119.7m) with the insurer citing improvements in broadening its commercial underwriting portfolio across SME business and a

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