Profits up at Go Compare


Profits at aggregator (Go Compare) have gone up for first half of 2017 following the demerger from Esure last year.

Adjusted operating profit went up from £14.4m in the same period last year to £17.5m – a 21.5% increase.

Revenue also increased by 4.1% to £75.8m (H1 2016: £72.8m). Profit before tax also went up 1.7% from £14.5m to £14.7m.

Matthew Crummack, chief executive officer, said: “We have delivered material improvements to our core business following

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