Prosura hits £3m GWP in a year

Jon Newall, managing director, Prosura

Prosura has already reached £3m gross written premiums, according to Jon Newall, managing director, since it began trading at the beginning of 2023.

Last January, Wakefield-based Prosura set out the target of hitting £10m GWP in five years, now Newall believes the broker may deliver it in the next three years. He wants to get to £5m GWP by the end of this year.

Newall, pictured, set out to build a solid framework for growth.

“If you are going for organic and acquisitional growth, you really need to get that framework right, and I’m glad that we had a year of planning and building before we opened the doors because it’s working,” he explained.

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