Hansard reports 50% leap in Middle East business

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Isle of Man-headquartered Hansard Global reported a 49.3% uplift in new business across its largest region, Middle East and Africa, standing at £20.6m compared to Q3 2020. This was due to "the Middle East emerging comparatively well from Covid-19 and the successful acquisition of a number of high-net worth single premium policies", it said in a trading update today (6 May) for the nine months ended 31 March 2021. The Rest of World region for new business was broadly in line with the pri...

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