2019 in review: May's top stories

Review of the Year 2017 - May

May’s most popular stories didn’t mirror the move to sunnier weather. Insolvency, run-off, liquidation, and redundancy dominated the headlines. Outside of the bad news, rumblings began that Aviva UK would split its life and non-life businesses under new CEO Maurice Tulloch. The rumours would later be confirmed the following month.

Three insurance firms on FSCS insolvency list
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme revealed that three insurance-related firms had been declared in default

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