The Hanover explores Chaucer sale options

The interior of the Lloyd's building in London

The Hanover has appointed Goldman Sachs to review its options for Chaucer.

The US-headquartered firm confirmed in a statement that selling Chaucer was one of the possible outcomes.

Chaucer underwrites business at Lloyd’s in several classes from marine, property and energy to the likes of aviation, casualty and political risks.

For 2017 Chaucer reported pre-tax operating income of $7.1m (£5.1m).

Net written premium came in at $849.1m with a combined operating ratio for the period of 105

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