NAIROBI, April 8 (Reuters) - Liberty Kenya, which runs life insurance and general insurance businesses, reported on Wednesday a 3.9 percent jump in its 2014 pretax profit to 1.35 billion shillings ($16 million).
The firm, controlled by South Africa's Liberty Holdings and previously known as CFC Insurance Holdings, said its gross premiums rose 8.6 percent during the period to 8.0 billion shillings.
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