Having won over investors and regained its crown as the highest
valued stock in the London market, (re)insurer Amlin duly delivered
on its H1 results with peer-leading profitability.
The (re)insurer reported a consensus-beating profit before tax of £185mn for the first half of the year, representing a 23.8 percent annualised return on equity (RoE). Click to enlarge
This puts it comfortably above its London market peers, with Hiscox and Beazley the closest with RoEs in the high teens.
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