‘Challenging’ 2022 for Esure as profit drops and COR increases

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The insurer says it has ’not been immune’ from headwinds impacting profitability across the sector

Esure chief financial officer Peter Bole has described 2022 as “challenging” after the insurer saw profit drop and its combined operating ratio (COR) increase.

The insurer posted its full year results last week (31 March 2023) in a report that stated it had “not been immune” from headwinds impacting profitability across the sector.

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