RSA reports “strong results” after “disappointing” 2018

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RSA UK & International has reported an underwriting result of £144m excluding portfolio exits for the full year 2019.

This is a significant improvement on the loss of £43m posted the previous year. Including the portfolio exits, which the business announced last year, the 2019 result was £85m.

In the UK only the result was £50m compared to a loss of £93m in 2018.

A turbulent 2018 saw it criticised by brokers for a “confusing” strategy and replace its CEO Steve Lewis with Scott Egan.

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