News analysis: Networks come under pressure


Broker networks have become such an accepted part of the insurance landscape that it is hard to imagine a time when they didn’t exist. Today, there are around 10 established players, employing a range of models, boasting around 1,500 members and owned by a range of organisations.

The landscape has, by and large, remained pretty steady over the last 15-20 years, but that has changed in the face of the latest round of consolidation, culminating in Marsh merging three networks – Bluefin Network

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