ARAG UK's Gross Written Premium under management increased from £39.6m in 2014 to £44.3m in 2015, generating a pre-tax profit of £2.7m. ARAG managing director Tony Buss said: "2015 was another highly successful year for the company, especially given the contraction of the after-the-event insurance market that has continued since the introduction of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act in 2013." "I am particularly pleased with the continued growth that our commercial leg
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