Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc, together with its subsidiaries, provides specialist insurance, risk advisory, and asset management products and services for individuals, brokers, and organizations in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and internationally. It operates through General Business, Investment Management, Broking and Advisory, Life Business, and Other Activities segments. The company offers home, care, church, charity, education, heritage, and faith insurance products, as well as commercial, property owners, engineering, and fidelity insurance products. It also provides financial advice on savings and investment, tax planning, life insurance and protection, and re...
Gloucester, GL1 1JZ
Founded in 1887
Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc Appoints Caroline Taylor as Non-Executive Director
Aug 20 14
Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc announced that Caroline Taylor will be appointed as Non-Executive Director.
Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc Announces Consolidated Earnings Results for the Six Months Ended June 30, 2014
Aug 20 14
Ecclesiastical Insurance Office PLC announced consolidated earnings results for the six months ended June 30, 2014. For the six months, net earned premiums were £116,672,000 against £155,904,000 a year ago. Total revenue was £162,081,000 against £220,293,000 a year ago. Operating profit was £18,490,000 against £24,429,000 a year ago. Profit before tax was £18,442,000 against £24,368,000 a year ago. Profit for the financial period attributable to equity holders of the parent was £15,190,000 against £21,774,000 a year ago. Net cash used by operating activities was £15,206,000 against net cash from operating activities of £27,168,000 a year ago. Purchases of property, plant and equipment was £592,000 against £286,000 a year ago. Purchases of intangible assets were £772,000 against £791,000 a year ago.
Ecclesiastical Insurance Mulls Acquisitions
Aug 20 14
Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc plans to make acquisitions. The company stated: “We will continue to seek out good quality business in our specialist markets and not pursue business where competition drives rates to uneconomic levels. We will not seek growth for growth's sake, but focus on acquiring profitable business which will support our aim to give £50 million to charitable causes over three years.”