UK GI premiums reach £46.4bn

According to the Insurance 2011 report by TheCityUK, the 2% fall during the year and one-quarter decrease from the peak in 2007 was largely a result of a decline in long-term premium income as the economy slowed and demand for long-term insurance products fell.

General insurance premiums remained strong, increasing by 5% in 2010 to £46.4bn.

Gross premiums on the London market were conservatively estimated at £36.9bn in 2010, up 2% on the previous year. Lloyd's generated 53% of identified London

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