LONDONBritish insurer esure Group Plc reported a rise in third-quarter gross written premiums driven by an increase in demand for its motor insurance products.
esure, which provides insurance products to almost two million drivers, home owners, pet owners and holiday makers across Britain, said gross written premiums rose 5 percent to 430.5 million pounds ($652.5 million) in the third quarter, with a 5.9 percent rise in gross written motor premiums.
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