The insurer’s chief executive says that putting prices up year-on-year was the ‘right stuff’, enabling the firm to now ‘stand still’ as its competitors scramble to implement price increases to mitigate Covid discounts
Despite Sabre Insurance Group’s premiums falling by 12% in 2020, chief executive Geoff Carter said the firm is “extremely well-funded for future growth opportunities that we’ve seen come in the waters” and has “been able to hold our nerve more so than perhaps other people will have done”.
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