Lloyd’s has reported pre-tax profit of £2.1bn, identical to the figure achieved in 2015.
The specialist market revealed that its combined operating ratio had worsened to 97.9% for the 12 months from 90.0% the year before.
However gross written premium ticked up by 12% to £29.9bn (2015: £26.7bn).
Lloyd’s highlighted that conditions over the course of the year were “extremely challenging” and flagged that there was continued downwards pressure on pricing.
However it added that
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