AXA UK and Ireland has seen its revenue from healthcare rise by 7%, ahead of overall revenues across general insurance and healthcare which rose 5% to £2.1bn.
The AXA Group has reported its half year results for 2015, across AXA UK and Ireland underlying earnings rose 27%, to £150m.
Underwriting profitability from general insurance and healthcare, improved 1.2 points to 97% measured by combined operating ratio.
From 1 January 2016, AXA will launch an integrated general insurance operation, AXA Insurance and Amanda Blanc will be CEO.
Paul Evans, group chief executive AXA UK & Ireland , said: "I am very pleased with the continued progress across our business in the first half of 2015, with strong revenue growth delivered across all our markets alongside sustained improvements in profitability.
"The successful completion of the acquisition of Simplyhealth's private medical insurance business was announced on 3 August 2015, providing a further substantial foundation for profitable growth."
Evans added: "We are presently rolling out the facility for customers to provide online feedback of their experience in dealing with AXA so that new customers can see what other customers think before they buy."
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