Ceta Insurance has reported pre-tax profits of £2.2m for 2016, up by £466,000 on the previous year.
The company’s turnover also increased by 10% to £6.7m as gross written premiums jumped to £24m.
The broker’s managing director David Quick described the results as “fantastic”.
He commented: “Over the years Ceta has delivered strong profits which will continue into the future. This year’s figures are already showing an excellent increase on last year.”
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