Weigh up your merger options

After the significant mergers and acquisitions (M&As) of a few years ago, there has been a lull in the predatory activities of the larger insurance broking groups. With the stock exchange in the doldrums and only now showing some signs of recovery, M&As and public flotations generally have slackened.

Some companies have even opted to go private, preferring the opportunity this gives them to take a longer term view of the strategy of the business compared to the short-termism that is the fashion

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