Bollington set to buy after Wilson merger and organic growth

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Bollington Insurance Brokers achieved an 8% uplift in turnover to £13.8m for the year ended 31 December 2017, according to documents filed at Companies House.

However post-tax profit dropped to £811,000 (2016: £1.29m) with the firm citing “significant restructuring costs” with the merger into a larger parent company.

During the period Bollington, backed by Inflexion Private Equity Partners, merged with F Wilson Insurance Brokers to create Bollington Wilson Group.

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