Ageas (UK) Limited

Ageas House, Hampshire Corporate Park Templars Way, Eastleigh Hampshire, SO53 3YA
02380 644455
  • About Ageas

    Ageas is an international insurance group ranked among the top 20 insurance companies in Europe with a heritage spanning more than 180 years. Here in the UK, we offer a broad range of Personal and Commercial insurance solutions including niche and non-standard cover and we’re focused on working with you to create a package that’s right for you and your customers. Coupled with our strong reputation for our award-winning1 in-house claims service, our commitment to product development, innovative underwriting and competitive pricing are key elements of our proposition. This is evidenced by 18 industry recognised awards won in 2013 alone, as well as being the 2nd largest private car insurer in the UK by volume2.

    1. Post Claims Awards 2014 and Insurance Times Claims Excellence Awards 2014

    2 AM Best database of UK based insurance companies submitting FSA returns (FY 2012) by volume, includes internal analysis to include overseas returns

  • Ageas Credit Ratings
    A+ ‘Strong’ Insurer Financial Strength (IFS) rating by Fitch, with a ‘Stable’ outlook, A- with a positive outlook rating by S&P

Ministry of Justice’s Oral Evidence Session on limit for personal injury - Ageas CEO comments


Chief Executive Andy Watson comments on the Ministry of Justice’s Oral Evidence Session on limit for personal injury:

“After an interval of 20 years it’s absolutely right that the Government looks to increase the Small Claims Track limit for personal injury. Specifically, to £5,000 for road traffic accidents claims and £2,000 for all other Personal Injury claims.

"Ageas believes the claimant must be at the heart of any planned change, with a process that is simple, transparent and easy to navigate. Regulation of the claims management sector by the FCA should be prioritised and must be a pre-requisite for anyone operating in this area.

"Well designed, and effectively implemented, legislative changes will reduce claims costs, and, all other factors remaining the same,  premium reductions will follow.”