R&Q Insurance Holdings Ltd. announced on Tuesday that they are planning to separate their program and legacy insurance businesses, due to their respective sizes. The program management business, Accredited, has an ‘A’ credit rating with record reach of $1.8 billion in gross written premium and $80 million fee income in 2022. The board has concluded that this separation would result in the best outcome for shareholders. Moreover, the insurer expects that in 2022, legacy insurance would incur a loss in the range of $30 to $40 million, even after an estimated profit of between $55 and $60 million for program management.
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R&Q Insurance Holdings Ltd. is a London-listed insurer that provides both program management and legacy insurance services. Being in this niche requires a deep understanding of the financial market and a knack for risk management. Through their program management, they are able to help clients control their risk and protect their investments. The company has grown significantly in the past few years and seeks to provide their clients with the best possible solutions.