Top 100 UK Brokers 2023: Directory - £15m - £20m

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Abacai Holdings - AssuredPartners - Bridge - Grove & Dean - Hughes Insurance (Liberty Mutual) - Kelliher Insurance Group - Reich Group - Romero Insurance Brokers - Tempcover (RVU) - Verlinque (Adelaïde Group) - W Denis Group

Abacai Holdings

UK head office address: Axiom House, The Centre, Feltham, England, TW13 4AU

Leadership: Barry Bown (group CEO)

AssuredPartners

UK head office address: 100 Lower Thames Street, London,EC3R 6DL

Leadership: David Heathfield (CEO), Stuart Quilter (CFO)

Bridge

UK head office address: Cobac House, 14-16 Charlotte Street, Manchester, M1 4FL

Leadership: Roger Potts (CEO)

Number of UK offices/Branches: 1

Grove & Dean

UK head office address: 7 Station Lane, Hornchurch

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