RSA reports flat UK premiums

Simon Lee

The £1m rise was in commercial lines which increased to £396m from £395m the year before.

By line of business property fell to £120m (Q1 2012: £122m) liability and marine also saw decreases to £56m and £77m respectively. However motor rose to £143m (Q1 2012: £133m).

In personal lines net written premiums were flat at £330m, identical to the first quarter of 2012.

Household saw a £2m rise to £161m and pet was up £3m at £62m. Meanwhile motor net written premiums fell 4% to £107m (Q1 2012: £112m).

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