February

Lockton International was awarded more than £250,000 in damages and costs for lost business after rival Bristol-based broker Ntegrity Insurance Solutions allegedly accessed sensitive commercial information. Lockton claimed that nine ex-employees who subsequently worked for Ntegrity had access to confidential information. Lockton said it had lost £200,000 of business to Ntegrity from its Bristol office alone.

Towergate said it was looking to strengthen links between its 62 broking businesses to

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