The Admiral Group is a large car insurance company headquartered in Cardiff, Wales. The company started operating in 1993. Presently, Admiral Group has operations in eight countries. Admiral Group serves over 6.5 million customers who need travel, van, and home insurance. Others products that the company offers include car finance and personal loans. Primarily, the company provides car insurance in five markets; the US, France, Italy, Spain, and the UK. In addition, the company runs a price comparison business in the US, the UK, France, Spain, and Italy. Generally, Admiral Group segments its business under four major categories; International Car Insurance, UK Insurance, Price Comparison, and Other. Henry Engelhardt is the founder of the company. Engelhardt was at the helm of the company as its CEO until his replacement in 2016. Investors can access Admiral Group’s shares via the London Stock Exchange under the ticker ADM. The company is part of the FTSE 100 component.
Admiral Group plc LON:ADM
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