Thompsons’ reaction to Admiral profits
Response to Admiral full year financial results
- Overall group profit up 7% to £370m
- Full year dividend up 9%
Tom Jones, head of policy and public affairs at Thompsons Solicitors said:
“Today’s announcement from Admiral is the latest in a long line of very positive profit figure reports from motor insurers.
“Good news for the shareholders but yet again a deafening silence about any good news for individual policy holders.
“Admiral’s results simply don't fit with the relentless stories of a ‘whiplash crisis’, the headlines about Britain being in the ‘grip’ of a compensation culture or the seemingly all pervasive yet unidentifiable culture of fraud.
“Presumably the insurance misinformation machine will have the decency to go quiet for a few weeks until these results are a little less fresh in the mind of the public. After that, we anticipate it will be back to crisis as usual.”
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