NCI predicts further growth

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NCI chief executive Neil Richards-Smith said he expected the company's breakdown and pet business to drive further growth in 2015.

His comments followed "record" results for the insurer for 2014. The profit and revenue rises, Richards-Smith explained, were driven by additional marketing, new schemes and a growing book of renewals.

The best performing areas were pet and breakdown but according to the CEO there was "growth across the board".

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