Our future priorities

By focusing on four priority areas, we’ll reshape the Group and position CPP for growth, bringing better outcomes for shareholders and other stakeholders.

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1. Simplifying the Group

The Legacy UK and European Card Protection business has, since 2012, been in decline. If not addressed, it will become both unprofitable and a significant drain on the Group’s resources. Our intention is to exit our Legacy operation in a sensible and compliant manner.

We’ve already made progress, withdrawing from China, Bangladesh, and Mexico. In 2023 the Group exited from our Legacy operations in Spain, and commenced the closure process for our UK Legacy business. In all our Legacy markets, whilst wind-downs are being initiated and executed, the priority remains to provide the best service possible to our customers.

The Group has disposed of its interest in non-core business, KYND, and has planned the divestment of our interests in Globiva as we simplify the Group and transform to a digitally-led parametric business.

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2. Scaling our Blink Parametric business

We’re scaling the Blink Parametric operation to accelerate its growth, focusing on building capacity (people, processes and structure) and the development of a differentiated suite of innovative products, particularly in the Travel Disruption market over the near to medium term.

The strategy and approach are signalling early “proof points” such as, new client wins, the 100% renewal of client contracts and numerous industry awards.

As for the longer-term strategic direction, the focus is to establish Blink Parametric as a leading provider of parametric solutions to the global travel sector. We’ll do this through the retention and expansion of our client base, continual enhancement of the user experience, data set IP, and by broadening the product set through targeted product development with key clients around the world.

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3. Growing our operations in India and Turkey

CPP India and CPP Turkey will continue with their successful local market strategies, which are focused on providing low-cost innovative product and service solutions to a growing client base.

The strategic direction for these businesses is to increase their distributor footprint and, where appropriate, develop a broader range of online and mobile app products and services that target new consumer segments, particularly within the lifestyle and healthcare markets.

We’ll also create a step-change in our capabilities through the implementation of the new India IT platform and progress market development and penetration opportunities.

4. Addressing critical IT infrastructure

Delivering a new technology platform for our Indian business will widen distribution channels and better drive product development, operational efficiencies and scalable growth.

We have successfully deployed Phase 1 of the Indian IT platform. This is a major milestone and demonstrates that the underlying technical infrastructure of the platform is robust and scalable, providing confidence in the delivery of Phase 2. This will then see us decommission our expensive legacy IT platforms across the Group in H1 2024.

What this strategy gives us

A simpler to understand business with increased visibility on contracted revenues

A growth focused business with a lower central cost model

A globally scalable business with improving EBITDA margins

A differentiated suite of higher margin, tech-based products

For more detail on our strategy visit our 2023 Annual Report and Accounts

How this will be delivered

We aim to deliver on our strategic priorities through the Change Management Programme (CMP). This is a set of eight interdependent projects supervised by the Executive Management Committee.




Established a Change Management Plan and timeline for implementation.




India IT Platform Phase 1 operational


All material Legacy books in run-off


Initial Blink scalability requirements complete


Globiva disposal agreed




India IT Platform Phase 2 operational


Legacy platforms decommissioned


Central functions adjusted in line with requirements


Legacy books continue to run-off / close in line with plan


KYND disposal agreed




Legacy books continue to run-off/close in line with plan to minimise residual activity


Group corporate IT infrastructure streamlined and modernised


Change Management Programme complete


New Business Model


InsurTech business led by Blink Parametric and supported by CPP India and CPP Turkey

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