RSA’s Egan issues cautious welcome to H1 results

Scott Egan

RSA has reported an improved performance for the first half of 2019.

Results published today (1 August) showed that group underwriting performance improved to £181m (excluding exits) compared to £171m in the first six months of 2018.

Group total underwriting profit for H1 2019 was reported as £153m.

COR also improved slightly at 94.3% (H1 2018: 94.7%). As a group, the business appears to be recovering from last year’s shock profit warning.

Focusing on the UK & International operation

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