Britain's Most Admired by sector: Life Insurance and Assurance

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

1 Admiral 63.9
2 St James's Place Wealth Mgt 58.6
3 RSA Insurance 58.2
4 Amlin 57.9
5 Prudential 57.0

Admiral jumps from third to first in its sector, and from 81st overall to 16th, scoring highest for its capacity to innovate. The owner of both Elephant and Diamond car insurance is on track for annual profits of £213m, with Q3 results showing group turnover up 22% to £294m year-on-year. St James's Place Wealth Management has hired its first chief investment officer after funds under management surpassed £20bn. Sales grew year-on-year in Q3 by 3% to £104.6m. RSA Insurance, Britain's biggest non-life insurer, reported strong capital surpluses in its half-year results. Lloyd's of London re-insurer Amlin looks set to benefit from a quiet US hurricane season.

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