Saga falls to £134.6m pre-tax loss and pledges to change strategy amid renewal pricing row


Saga’s retail broking operation saw profit before tax drop 19.1% for the full 12 months to January 2019.

Saga has also announced an expected reduction in profits for the current financial year, a reduction in the dividend and a write-down to its Insurance business – reflecting long-term challenges in the market.

In its preliminary results underlying profit before tax for retail broking was £105.8m (2018: £130.7m). Former Broker Network chief Gary Duggan was appointed to lead the retail broking

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