Esure chief says plummeting profits won’t derail digital ambitions

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Esure chief executive David McMillan revealed the provider will press ahead with the £140.6m digital transformation programme despite posting a £29.1m loss for 2022.

McMillian revealed to date, that esure has invested £79.3m in 2020 and 2021 and a further £61.3m in 2022 in ditching legal technology in a bid to become the UK’s leading digital insurer.

“We are

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