A-Plan spends £13m on book acquisitions as revenue breaks £100m

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A-Plan Holdings spent £13.11m on book acquisitions in 2019, up from £5.58m a year prior, financial results filed on Companies House have revealed.

The results covered the year to 28 February 2019.

During this time, the broker spent £9.4m acquiring Jelf’s personal lines business. The deal added two offices in Evesham and Malvern to the business.

A-Plan also announced purchases of SME broker Oliver & Sanders in May 2018 and Endsleigh in January 2018.

Results
Revenue at A-Plan increased from

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