JMG broker deal costs revealed

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JMG Group’s ultimate holding company, Augusta Topco, picked up a bill of £17.26m for buying brokers in the financial year ended 31 March 2022, and followed it up with a further £57.7m outlay in the rest of the calendar year.

The figures in a filing at Companies House showed the Bickley Insurance Services deal for 90% of the share capital valued at £7.5m, with £6.44m in cash being paid for the Surrey-based broker.

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JMG Group had bought an 80% stake in Butterworth Spengler for £11.07m in the previous

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