October Review 2014
The strength of the Club has enabled it to weather the particularly intense claims year of 2013 and to return a break-even result for the half year.
The Club has maintained its capital position at the half year with $529m in free reserves and capital and total assets of $1.6 billion at the 20th August 2014. The UK Club's Standard and Poor's rating is A (Stable). A detailed explanation of the Club's half year figures is available in the "October Review 2014" attached.
Strength & Stability October Review 2014 (568 KB)
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