Brokers have questioned the future for RSA after the insurer posted a £70m underwriting loss for Q3 2018 and said it would take action on pricing and portfolio reshaping.
One broker who declined be named described the provider as a “ship that hasn’t got its sails up and is not quite sure where to go”.
In a conference call with analysts on 28 September, RSA group chief executive officer Stephen Hester stated that the provider’s UK and London market business is a “substantial headache” and noted
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