O’Roarke reveals targets for 2012


"Let me make myself a hostage to fortune," he commented as the insurer revealed it had doubled profits to £70m in 2011.

"We expect profits to increase by at least 20% [in 2012]."

Mr O'Roarke said he was very happy with the provider's performance in what he believed was always going to be a challenging year.

He claimed that despite the 23% growth in gross written premiums to £1.46bn the insurer had succeeded in maintaining customer and claims service levels by building infrastructure.

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