UK General switches back from QBE to Ageas for capacity

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The Leeds-based specialist insurer confirmed it had struck a capacity agreement with QBE in November last year, at the time announcing that existing provider Ageas would instead focus on its schemes business. 

However, UK General chief executive Peter Hubbard told Insurance Age that its £20m commercial motor book has now switched back into the hands of Ageas.

"It's about speed and efficiency," he explained. "That is for me what we are always wanting to achieve, that's where Ageas has been

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