ADM.L - Admiral Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
2,204.00
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 4:39PM BST
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Previous close2,204.00
Open2,161.00
Bid2,191.00 x 0
Ask2,193.00 x 0
Day's range2,124.12 - 2,204.00
52-week range1,858.50 - 2,402.00
Volume822,574
Avg. volume946,324
Market cap6.481B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.29
PE ratio (TTM)14.89
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.98 (4.45%)
Ex-dividend date07 May 2020
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    BoE backs EU call for insurers to reconsider dividends in pandemic

    The Bank of England said on Friday it backed calls from the European Union's insurance regulator for insurers to pay close attention to protecting policyholders when deciding whether to pay dividends or bonuses. "We therefore expect firms to be prudent in deciding on dividend payments or variable remuneration in view of the elevated levels of uncertainty presented by coronavirus and its impact on the global economy," a Bank of England spokesperson said. Shares in top European insurers sank on Friday after the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority said on Thursday evening that insurers should suspend dividends and share buybacks, and postpone bonuses where possible.

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    UK lawmakers pile pressure on insurers over pandemic claims

    Britain's lawmakers have piled more pressure on insurers to show flexibility to businesses and customers making claims during the coronavirus epidemic that has shut down most of the economy. The Treasury Select Committee (TSC) sent the Association of British Insurers (ABI) a detailed list of data it wanted in order to check that insurers are treating customers fairly. The lawmakers said in their letter to the ABI that they wanted to know how many of its members have stopped offering insurance or changed the terms of existing products.

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    Insurer Admiral CEO to retire; 2019 profit jumps 10%

    Stevens, who co-founded Admiral in 1991 and has been its CEO since May 2016, has transformed the business into one of UK's largest motor insurers, with over 10,000 employees and seven million customers. Despite the tough market conditions, Admiral reported robust 2019 profit, helped by the release of money put aside for UK motor bodily injury claims written in prior years.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK watchdog to clamp down on insurance "loyalty penalties"

    Britain's Financial Conduct Authority said on Tuesday it was finalising "remedies" to stop home and car insurance companies penalising loyal customers. The watchdog said the "loyalty penalty" cost longstanding customers an extra 1.2 billion pounds ($1.56 billion) in 2018. More than four in five adults in Britain have one or more insurance products, and consumers who stay with their existing insurer at renewal almost always pay higher premiums than those who switch or negotiate, the FCA said in Sector Views, its annual review of key concerns for the year ahead.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Insured losses from storm Ciara could near $2 billion, RMS estimates

    Total insured property losses from storm Ciara, which was named Sabine in Germany, could be between 1.1 billion and 1.8 billion euros ($1.2 billion-$1.95 billion), catastrophe risk modelling firm RMS estimated on Friday. Ciara lashed Britain with heavy rain and winds of more than 90 miles an hour (145 km/hour) on Sunday, forcing the cancellations of flights, train services and sports matches. All professional Dutch soccer matches were cancelled.

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    Spanish border logjam a bigger threat to Gibraltar finance than Brexit

    Gibraltar's finance sector will likely be locked out of the European Union but logjams at the Spanish border would be far more of a blow to the economy, the British territory's financial services minister said on Monday. Albert Isola said that just 8% of Gibraltar's 2.35 billion pound ($3.04 billion) financial sector is business with the EU, the rest derived from Britain where one in four motorists are covered by insurers based on "The Rock". "We are 32,000 people, and just with the UK there is more than enough business," Isola told Reuters.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    REFILE-UPDATE 2-UK insurer Direct Line to rein in costs as competition intensifies (Nov. 20)

    Direct Line Insurance Group Plc on Wednesday laid out a plan to cut expenses and bolster digital presence as Britain's biggest motor insurer looks to thrive in an industry plagued by stagnant prices and stinging competition. The plans, under Penny James who took on the top job this year, follow a 2.3% fall in number of policies in force to 14,837 for the three months ended Sept. 30.

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