Dickson & Co buys Kerr Group

Left to right, Roland Kerr_MD_Kerr Group Insurance and Ashley Dickson_MD_Dickson & Co Insurance Group

Dickson & Co has added Kerr Group to the business – its latest deal in a series of acquisitions and expansions as part of its £7m investment.

Both firms will keep their independence and brand identities.

The purchase will increase Dickson’s workforce by 50% and make the Omagh-based family business a substantial personal and commercial lines player in the UK and Ireland marketplaces.

Related Dickson & Co eager to double business and keep expanding Dickson & Co buys Morrison Associates Dickson & Co buys Jim Burton Insurance Services in Armagh

The two community-based brokers will together employ more

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