Christmas in insurance land ....


This is a story that looks set to keep journalists, and the insurance industry generally, guessing for some time yet.

But with the Towergate behemoth creaking and straining under the weight of its £1bn debt, there's plenty for a potential buyer to think about.

And the broker will be hoping its bankers/creditors do not decide to play Scrooge over the difficulties it currently has with liquidity.

Marsh and to a lesser extent the likes of Aon, Arthur J Gallagher and Willis, are widely tipped

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