Top 100 Brokers 2021: Analysis – The story of 2021

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John Needham and Will Lanyon of accountants and business advisers PKF Littlejohn take a look at the health of the commercial broker sector in 2021

John Needham and Will Lanyon, PKF

The commercial broker market as a whole appears to have survived the pandemic. Firms have changed their working practices to better suit their customers and their employees, and the vast majority of brokers surveyed were positive about their future. But not all sub-sectors have emerged unscathed.

The other major talking point is the sector’s continued M&A boom. We have seen unprecedented levels of acquisitions in the broking

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