Esure profit slides as digital investment continues

Esure office Glasgow

Esure’s profit after tax fell by £22.3m in 2021 and it saw a comprehensive loss of £7.1m, which the insurer’s chief financial officer told Post is a result of its ongoing digital investment.

Profit after tax at Esure shrank for the year, at £7.7m in 2021 compared to £29m the prior year. Total comprehensive loss attributable to the parent owners was £7.1m, down from a £28.7m income in 2020

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