CEO Lyndon Wood explains why his optimistic forecast for 2018 did not come to pass.
Regulator says the unrated Danish provider has a solvency ratio of 105% after assessment.
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Adam Powell takes over as CEO as Sure Thing!’s Brendan Devine, Stevie Sutherland and Kevin Kiernan exit the business.
FCA pricing investigation and Civil Liability Act are expected to depress profitability in future years.
Phil Bunker, Michael Blaney, Julian Edwards, and Paul Cosh helped to raise an additional £1m of investment.
Danish provider received cash injection to improve its solvency ratio on 6 May.
MD Trevor Bowers on launching more products, working with brokers and implementing a virtual insurer model.
Company says its data platform can help brokers save money by identifying customers who have a history of cancelling policies.
The company will make private hire vehicle insurance available through the Inshur app.
It is the first on-demand product from the distributor and offers customers policies for between one hour and 30 days.
Company says "disruptive" system will make it easier for brokers and insurers to enter the telematics insurance market.
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News comes less than a week after Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company would launch a "compelling" car insurance product in May.
Survey by ABI reveals average motor insurance premiums dropped for the fourth quarter in a row.
Consumer organisation asked car and home insurance customers to rate their claims experience, with The AA scoring lowest in the car sector and RSA being rated worst in home.
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Car company is reportedly set to unveil a "compelling" insurance policy next month.
Start-up is backed by former LV boss Phil Bunker and Autoline founder Michael Blaney.
It is the first slip after two consecutive quarters of rising premium but experts warn that there will be increases again in future.
Private equity owner Aquiline has completed a strategic review of the business.
The provider announced yesterday that it will offer three year fixed price insurance to customers as it seeks to increase loyalty and arrest profit downturn.
Product will provide brokers with access to prestige experts every step of the way.
But the provider's UK household segment reports loss after weather impact.