Das reflects on 2016’s £17.4m loss

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Das CEO Andrew Burke has admitted that the Das results for 2016 are where he and parent company Ergo/Munich Re “expected them to be”.

The results showed an increased operating loss of £17.4m but premium went up and COR improved.

He stated: “No one enjoys posting a loss. What I am pleased with are the underlying trends.”

Looking ahead, Das stated in their results stated that the insurer is planning on “rationalising operational expenses” to improve performance.

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