Our key competitive advantages position us well to meet near-term challenges and realise long-term opportunities.
- Nationally recognised market leader in Personal Injury
- Strong value set
- Trusted Brands
- Multi channel fulfilment model
- Technology-enabled proposition
- Experienced leadership team
- Careful financial management
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Relations with Shareholders
The Group aims to maintain an ongoing dialogue with shareholders throughout the year, to manage their expectations and understand the motivation behind shareholder voting decisions.
The Board's primary contact with shareholders is through the Chief Financial Officer who is supported by the Group's external nominated advisor and broker, and its external financial PR and media consultants who are in regular contact with institutional shareholders, analysts and the media.
The Chief Financial Officer aims to develop an understanding of the views of major institutional shareholders by meeting with them at least twice a year, usually after the announcement of the full year and interim results. He also attends certain private shareholder events throughout the year and reports on any meetings are made to the Board.
In addition, major shareholders are invited to raise any company matters of interest to them at meetings with the Chair of the Board and the Chair of the Remuneration Committee. Private shareholders are invited to write to the Chair of the Board or any other Director and express their views on any issues of concern at any time and the AGM provides an opportunity for private shareholders to put their questions in person.