TT Club Announces 2002 Results

Monday, March 24, 2003
The Board of TT Club has announced its financial year 2002 results. The Club posted a full year after tax surplus of $10.7 million (from a 2001 loss of US$40.2 million), supported primarily by a positive technical underwriting result of US$6.6 million (an improvement of US$35.5 million) and an increase in investment income. As a result the Club's free reserves (undiscounted) rose by 27 percent to US$50.2 million. Sir David Thomson, TT Club Chairman, commented: "The TT Club has faced and dealt successfully with a tremendous challenge in 2002. Our task was to protect the Club's solvency from any further decline after the difficulties of 2001 and I am pleased to confirm we have achieved this objective."
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