2018 results reveal a rise in turnover but a fall in profit at the AR network.
Report also found that only 14% of consumers use word of mouth when in the process of switching their insurance.
Lloyd’s box added 4,000 new customers to the insurer in its first year of trading.
Sharon Bishop, Close Brothers Premium Finance CEO, explores the findings of the CBPF/Insurance Age Survey for commercial brokers.
CEO says move will create efficiencies and does not deny that it may lead to redundancies but explains the aim is to bring clarity to brokers following feedback that RSA's current structure is hard to deal with.
As Marsh rebrands Jelf, Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on the passing of another name heavily associated with noughties broker consolidation
Brokers say Marsh's "inevitable" move could lead to staff exits and a shift away from local service as Jelf rebrands to Marsh Commercial.
José Manuel González will move to London to act as CEO of the combined group.
The merge of CRS and GRS follows provider's decision to reduce its London market and specialty risks portfolios.
GWP also increased for the legal expenses provider as the business reveals a number of management changes.
Brokers must prove their worth as industries face price hikes in professional indemnity insurance
Steve Kelly, underwriting account manager at Allianz Engineering, Construction & Power, discusses how brokers can best help their construction clients prepare for Brexit.
The private equity provider is now majority owner of the broker.
Purchase is the eighth the firm has made since it became an Ethos Broking regional partner in 2016.
CEO Brendan McCafferty says business is set to invest as it reports growth in adjusted Ebitda, broking revenue and GWP.
It is believed that the consolidator is seeking fresh investment that could see current investors, including Peter Cullum, have their stake diluted as backer Penta reaches the end of its traditional investment period.
The purchase of Buckland Harvester adds £4m GWP and 15 staff to Aston Lark as the broker eyes more buys in the North West.
The business has struck a deal with I & D Insurance Services which is based in Alyth.
But the consolidator is not planning to expand in the risk management space following H&S Click purchase.
Its MGA Maven Underwriters lost Lloyd’s support and Aon states it has found alternative cover for its clients using Maven.
CEO David Ross reveals plans for Ardonagh to double in size in the next three to five years, as results for the first half of 2019 show growth in retail and broking segments.
PIB will integrate childcare broker Albany Childcare into Morton Michel, despite promising at the time of purchase it would keep the brand.
Brokers attending the event have shared their thoughts on M&A in the market ahead of the Expo on 7 November.
The private equity move sees co-founder Gary Edmondson leave the managing general agent.