Insurers point the finger at increased claims and unexpected Ogden rate change in a challenging year
Broking, underwriting and travel profits all fell, as the group renegotiates its loans to accommodate for lengthy travel suspensions.
Company said the number of policies it manages, as well as income per policy, had risen over 2019.
CEO John Neal urges the industry to "put a lot more effort" into explaining products to clients.
Losses for the group shrank as operating profit grew to £3.4m as broker reports 3.3% organic growth.
Market says it is in a "strong position" to respond to the impacts of the coronavirus.
But CEO Steve Treloar says premiums in the provider's broker business has grown by 24% after Allianz's personal lines business transferred to LV.
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General insurance CEO, Colm Holmes, says provider has exited some "unprofitable relationships" in personal lines, but highlights Aviva will "significantly invest" in the broker channel going forward.
Increase in UK profits of £41m absorbed losses made in international insurance, Admiral Loans, and other business.
Aviva says UK business was impacted by an alignment of the UK digital business with GI, as CEO Maurice Tulloch says provider has made "good progress" on its cost-cutting plan.
Broker posted a loss of £669,000 for 2019 as it projects a return to profitability in 2020 as a result of streamlining and reorganisation.
COR deteriorated to 92.2% as provider says results were impacted by Ogden and restructuring costs.
GoCo Group’s preliminary results suggested operating profit would drop more than 46% amid transformation plan.
Provider reports growth in GWP, but admits household broker business in the UK has been impacted by “tough pricing action” following an increase in claims.
Profit and GWP improved at the motor provider.
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Egan points to growth in RSA's regional commercial broker book as UK business moves back into profit.
Performance at group and UK & International level improved and COR was 95.0% as the business noted the impact of discipline and portfolio exits.
CFO John Worth said results were driven by elevated claims as the business reports rising GWP in every division except van.
UK CEO Jon Dye comments on the insurer's financial results for 2019 and discusses broker support and acquisitions.
Challenging fourth quarter hits the provider as operating profit falls by 35% but CEO Dye remains upbeat.
Provider posted rising revenues in both commercial and personal lines.
Ageas UK CEO, Andy Watson, discusses the issues impacting the provider's 2019 results and recent changes in its broker business.