Strike Club attributes growth to widening cover options
- Monday 30 April 2012, 16:45
THE Strike Club’s annual results have revealed a 92% retention rate with fixed premium income rising by 24% to $25m.In November last year, the club widened its mutual optional cover for additional war, civil war and piracy perils across all three classes. It said that as a result, the...
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