The broking group says it has facilities of over £300m to support growth and acquisitions, as it looks to make more deals in the retail space and to grow its MGA arm, Dual.
The leader says brokers have become even more popular with private equity investors following Covid-19 as many have sustained performance and kept hold of revenue despite the pandemic.
MGB’s Nick Bender considers the evolution of the PI market and predicts how the space will look in future.
The investment is set to “accelerate strategic M&A” for the broker as it is also confirmed that former backer, the Carlyle Group, has retained a minority stake in the business.
In a letter to insurers, FCA executive director Sheldon Mills, urges firms to reassess and settle valid BI claims.
Ashwin Mistry slams those attacking brokers and warns that the Orient Express ruling could leave some sectors uninsurable.
Trade body to issue package of guidance and host a webinar to help members "manage some difficult conversations" after brokers are inundated with calls from clients hoping to claim.
Corant will become the holding company for its broking and MGA operations including BGCI, Ed and Besso.
Brokered and direct customers will be offered access to five counselling sessions if they claim.
Canadian provider Intact and Danish insurer Tryg made a cash offer for RSA in November 2020.
Following the Supreme Court business interruption ruling last week, Jonathan Swift argues brokers need not join their insurer partners in suffering Murder By the Orient Express, but instead play an important role in helping policyholders understand what…
The Supreme Court concluded the Covid-19 business interruption dispute by substantially ruling in favour of policyholders.
More than 100 staff are set to move across as A-Plan is set to become Howden’s retail flagship.
Borland is headquartered in Scotland and the deal follows AssuredPartners' purchase of Birmingham-based Hettle Andrews & Associates in 2019.
Partner Carl Wormald tells Insurance Age he is keen to build up another UK regional broker following the private equity provider's sale of Bollington Wilson to Gallagher.
Allianz Insurance has launched a new training programme as part of a commitment to invest in the broker leaders of the future.
CII survey highlights how trust in the profession slipped in 2020 due to the pandemic.
UK Retail boss Michael Rea discusses the thinking behind Gallagher’s deal to buy Bollington and confirms it is looking to make further acquisitions.
The commercial and HNW specialist has also added two partners to its roster of 11.
Headley brings over £13m in GWP to the Ethos-owned broker.
Bollington Wilson has been on the acquisition trail since 2019 and is believed to have GWP in the region of £250m.
Heath Crawford and Foster received investment from Peter Cullum-backed Minority Venture Partners three years ago.
The Lloyd's broker has set up a UK division in order to partner with regional providers and offer direct products.
Property investor Aubrey Weis has disputed claims made by Axa in its defence document.