Aviva has posted a combined operating ratio of 98.5% for its UK general insurance business in 2020, reporting growth across commercial lines and progress on its pledge to slash its available personal lines products by 80%.
Admiral has posted record pre-tax profits of £638m for 2020, reaping the benefit of fewer claims as a result of quieter roads during lockdown.
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When lockdown was announced in March 2020, the scale of the adjustment required for remote working may have warranted insurance businesses pressing pause on recruitment and development. But, with lockdown accelerating the use of technology, it’s been much more of a case of fast forward for these areas
Today we’ve announced the most demanding carbon emission target of any major insurance company in the world 🌍— Aviva plc (@avivaplc) March 1, 2021
For the world to reach Net Zero, it’s going to take leadership and radical ambition. And it is going to take Aviva to play our part. https://t.co/8UH3yK2s3O pic.twitter.com/6OzGPqoL0Q
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A series of video casts brought to you by Insurance Age and Insurance Post while our journalists are in isolation lockdown looking at the major topics of the day