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Direct Line Insurance Group PLC (DLGD.L)

DLGD.L on London Stock Exchange

358.70GBp
12 Dec 2017
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Fri, Dec 8 2017

BRIEF-Direct Line Insurance Completes Capital Management Exercises​

* ANNOUNCES SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF CAPITAL MANAGEMENT EXERCISES​

UPDATE 1-Insurer Direct Line's premium rises on strength in motor insurance

Nov 7 - Britain's largest motor insurer Direct Line Insurance Group posted on Tuesday a 4.2 percent rise in gross written premiums in the first nine months of 2017 helped by legal changes that raised the cost of motor insurance.

Insurer Direct Line posts 4.2 pct rise in 9-mth premium

Nov 7 - Britain's largest motor insurer Direct Line Insurance Group posted a 4.2 percent rise in gross written premiums in the first nine months of 2017 helped by legal changes raised the cost of motor insurance.

BRIEF-Direct Line Insurance says 9-month gross written premium up by 4.2 pct to 2.60 bln pounds

* TOTAL IN-FORCE POLICIES HAVE INCREASED BY 0.2% SINCE 30 SEPTEMBER 2016​

BRIEF-‍Direct Line Group announces a 15 pct equity stake in Canopy​

* ‍DIRECT LINE GROUP ANNOUNCES A 15% EQUITY STAKE IN UK-BASED COMPANY CANOPY​ Further company coverage:

MOVES-Direct Line Insurance names Prudential exec as CFO

Sept 8 UK-based general insurer Direct Line Insurance Group said Prudential Plc executive Penny James will replace John Reizenstein as its chief financial officer, starting from March.

Direct Line appoints Prudential executive as CFO

Sept 8 Britain's Direct Line Insurance Group said on Friday it had appointed Penny James, head of risk at insurer Prudential, as chief financial officer.

CORRECTED-BRIEF-Direct Line brings on Prudential exec as new finance head

* ‍Penny James to succeed John Reizenstein as CFO of Direct Line Group​

UPDATE 2-Insurer Direct Line profit up, shares hit record high

Aug 1 Shares in Direct Line Insurance Group , Britain's largest motor insurer, jumped to a record high on Tuesday after it reported better than expected first-half profit and raised its interim dividend.

BRIEF-Direct Line Insurance ups dividend 38.8 pct to 6.8 pence

* Aim to grow regular dividend in line with business growth, expect to be in region of 2% to 3% per annum over medium term.

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