New Kick-Start offering comes with 90% government funding.
However Mike Bruce points to 4% organic growth and suggests the business is on track to buy “double digit” businesses, including MGAs, in 2019.
Book was sold to build on existing foundations and to deliver a higher level of expertise.
This is the broker’s seventh purchase since it became Broker Network’s first “regional powerhouse” in October 2016.
Broker looking to replace the MD with a chief operating officer after restructure.
Feedback statement follows on from consultation that closed in March.
First global talent search drew in almost 220 applications from 36 different countries.
James Noble, managing director of My First UK, tells us about the challenges and rewards of creating a new broking business.
Trade body extends relationship for a further three years.
Consolidator bought the business in March.
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“Game changing” offering set to go live in mid-January.
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Providers “hungry” for business.
Regulator says it prefers the draft withdrawal agreement over no-deal Brexit after impact assessment.
Insurer to close online broker travel facility but keep schemes.