Insurance Age has launched its Top 100 supplement in 2005, working in association with Cornell Consulting.
The biggest impact this year without a doubt was the change in Capital Gains Tax rules which triggered a wave of selling before the April deadline when nearly £1bn of premiums changed hands and 12 of the top 100 were acquired.
However the market has since started to quieten down and in the past six months just over £100m has changed hands, with only three top brokers selling.
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