Gross written premium in its home business fell to £21.1m in the first quarter of the year, a fall of 4.5% from £22.1m in the same period last year. “In home, the market remains challenging and we continue to temper our growth as we do not believe current market conditions provide opportunities for profitable growth. However, the home portfolio continues to deliver a positive contribution to the group,” said Stuart Vann, CEO of Esure, pictured. In response to the Ogden decision which saw the
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