It has been a week of finance related stories with two high profile acquisitions and three sets of company accounts making up the top five.
Deal is Stackhouse Poland's second this year.
Commercial director Suzy Middleton says being niche gives broker market advantage.
Parent company Xbridge also reports double digit turnover growth for 2016.
New logos, people moves, acquisitions and secret FCA warnings make up the most read stories of this week.
Open GI CEO Chris Guillaume notes that the aim is to combine the best bits of both companies' technologies.
Acquisition builds on purchase of Powerplace in 2013.
HPS Investment Partners and Madison Dearborn Partners are set to buy the provider according to market sources.
CEO Peter Blanc explains next steps after Bell & Co deal and praises staff for positive 2016 financial results.
David Clapp CEO said more deals are “in the pipeline over the next few months”.
The deal of Cynergie UK is Davies’ first acquisition since HGGC took a majority stake in the business in January.
International brokerage CEO states he is excited about the future in the UK.
New backers expanding to the UK from France.
Management team strike deal with support of private equity firm Vitruvian Partners.
Broker states the deal is first in a series it has planned for 2017.
IMAS partner urges brokers to partner with Insurtech firms.
Digital broker bought for an enterprise value of $490m.
Arthur Marsh & Son (Birmingham) is a £4.5m GWP broker and takes County up to £70m in GWP.
First takeover deal of 2017 for the broker.
Firm declines to comment on rumours of deal with the buyer of UK General.
The deal does not affect other parts of Primary Group such as One Commercial, Rural Insurance or Lorica.
Acquisitions, ghost broker arrests, the discount rate cut and redundancies at Ageas make up this week's top five stories.
The purchase is expected to give the broker greater "scale and resource" in the Midlands region.
Deal is broker's first purchase in Cornwall.