But the provider's UK household segment reports loss after weather impact.
Broker business NIG's GWP was flat, while the number of in-force policies grew.
Citizens Advice calls for dual pricing discussion to “begin from the assumption that pricing differences are unfair” at Parliamentary meeting of regulators and trade bodies.
COR improved to 96.1%, while GWP fell.
CFO Richard Hoskins hails "solid results" despite competitive market and says broker will continue to invest in data and digital engagement.
The motor broker has set up Stabilis in order to drive growth and is backed by A-rated Accredited Europe.
Software house's customers will have access to platform aiming to disrupt price comparison websites.
Several sources have indicated that the business is on the market.
CEO Andy Watson says motor was the "star of the show" in 2018, comments on Brexit preparations and addresses potential redundancies in Stoke and Port Solent offices.
COR improved to 96.8% for the year, but GWP fell across all of its divisions as results are announced amid business restructure.
Service is aimed at clients with a private or commercial motor or motor fleet policy.
Boss Matt Munro explains the broker’s success in using data to combat ghost broking and more.
Insurer proposes changes to its claims team, affecting people in its Bournemouth, Ipswich and Leeds offices.
The insurance has been developed to recognise the changing nature of terrorist attacks.
New policy covers agricultural machinery and any vehicles used at golf clubs, garden centres, local sports grounds, zoos, safari parks and attractions.
The provider is set to shut Port Solent and Stoke-on-Trent operations.
He replaces Roger Ball and takes responsibility for QBE’s motor trade and motor fleet business.
Broker Cuvva says it's working with the police after uninsured driver tries to buy insurance through the Cuvva app after being pulled over.
Association’s Premium Tracker says that actual cost of cover dropped despite an average rise in premium paid in Q4 last year compared to Q3.
Agreement to provide motor insurance products to Vauxhall's UK customers has been in place since 2011.
Partnership extended for a further three years.
Business takes on £70m of Co-op’s debt in first buy since being bought by Qatar Re.
Figures for Q4 2018 show 2.7% uptick.
Businesses also sign 13 year agreement for motor and home insurance distribution.