Aston Lark Ireland CEO Robert Kennedy says further acquisition announcements are "imminent" as broker makes its second Irish deal of the year.
Brokers are in demand, but what should you think about ahead of selling up? The Cripps Pemberton Greenish team outline some key considerations.
The Nexus-owned business says Credit Insurance Alliance Brokers will be integrated with its Credit Risk Solutions unit.
Following on from GRP's surprise purchase of Marsh Networks, Martin Friel investigates how consolidation is changing the networks landscape.
Aviva's UK wellbeing lead, Debbie Bullock, explains how remote working has brought employees' wellbeing to the forefront and why creating a positive workplace culture is key to improving wellbeing and business performance.
The Shrewsbury-based broker hopes to generate more business and create more jobs in the area as it expands across the West Midlands.
Updated figures show providers have made interim payments of £247.7m and final settlements of £352.1m since the Supreme Court verdict, but 12,217 policyholders are still waiting to hear whether their policies provide cover or not.
Business says deal for IFM Select supports its strategy to build its presence in the Midlands.
Insurance Age meets the team at specialist managing general agent Avid Insurance.
DNA is a motor trade specialist and will sit alongside Aston Lark’s Road Runner business.
He had been CEO of Towergate Retail since 2015 but started with GRP on 6 April.
The consolidator has extended its reach in Ireland with its buy of retail broker, Creane & Creane.
Move follows hot on the heels of its purchase of the corporate retail book of business from AFL Insurance Brokers.
Move comes as Ardonagh Global Partners makes its first deal in the United States.
The specialist underwriter confirmed the renewal of key binder Aviva, plus, developments to its Covéa-backed contractors combined product.
Jon Walker explains how the regional network will develop as some offices are set to become specialist call centres.
The cover is designed to help small and medium enterprises combat the increasing threat of digital crime.
The move follows Specialist Risk Group’s acquisition of its wholesale division.
The building guarantee specialist insurer was forced into administration in 2020.
Bernard Mageean, CEO of Q Underwriting pens an open letter on the need for MGAs to adapt in an ever-changing market and what the future holds for the business.
The new offering is designed to protect policyholders and insurers or MGAs when a broker ceases trading.
The organisation has launched its first product for the motor trade combined market, backed by NIG and Covéa, and developed an online liability portal.
Giles, who helped create the business, remains an investor.
The figure includes its buy of Bravo Group, which owns Broker Network and Ethos, and its Arachas acquisition.