Top 100 UK Brokers 2023: Bandings

Age top 100 brokers 2023 colour

Brokers are listed in bands of UK generated non-life broking revenue


Gallagher • Marsh

£600m to £750m

Aon • Ardonagh Group

£500m to £600m

Howden Group • WTW

£300m to £400m

Markerstudy Group

£200m to £300m

AA Insurance Services • Brown & Brown (inc. Global Risk Partners / BdB)

£150m to £200m

PIB Group

£100m to £150m

Adrian Flux Group • Lockton • Saga Services (Saga Group) • Simply Business (Travelers) • Staysure Group (TICORP)

£75m to £100m

Granite Holdings (Quartz Holdings)

£60m to £75m

Clear Group

£50m to £60m

One Call Insurance Services • Somerset Bridge Group (Arch

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