Acquisition is Weald Insurance’s first deal since becoming an Ethos Broking partner in 2018.
Finch Group began its acquisitive streak when bought by Broker Network Partners in 2016.
It is the third deal for the Ethos-backed broker this year.
Steve Seekings replaced David Beswick as the broker's managing director in early August.
Purchase is the eighth the firm has made since it became an Ethos Broking regional partner in 2016.
The Broker Network owner, which also posted a loss for the year, made a number of large deals including Saffron, Compass, MCM and Lockyers.
CEO Mark Bennett reveals the broker's acquisition strategy and discusses why the business decided to sell to Ethos.
West Sussex-based firm brings over £17m in GWP to Ethos, which is part of Broker Network owner Bravo Group.
The newly-appointed consultant was at Aviva for 40 years and held various roles including head of trading for London and the South East while he was at the firm.
Broker says search for the managing director's successor has begun.
Deal is the broker's fourth since being bought by Broker Network, now Ethos, in January 2018.
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Bravo Group to agree loan worth £80m earmarked for acquisitions from major bank, as the business reports growing revenues for 2018.
Former Broker Network boss takes on retail MD position at the business previously known as Coversure.
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Broker Network Partners rebrands as Ethos to separate deals from its networks as CEO Des O’Connor reiterates that the networks will remain apart.
MD David Beswick says that the Broker Network-owned business wants to develop six hubs in total as it eyes £90m GWP by the end of 2020.
Deal is Saffron's third since it was bought by Broker Network a year ago.
Second purchase for Boyd since it was bought by Broker Network in May 2017.
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Fairchild credited with giving the network back the strength with insurers that it “lost during the Towergate years”.
Fairchild led the Network for four and a half years and will be succeeded by Des O’Connor.
This is the broker’s seventh purchase since it became Broker Network’s first “regional powerhouse” in October 2016.