The sale of A-Plan to Howden is believed to be valued at up to £700m.
Carl Shuker will continue to lead the personal lines specialist.
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After Aon stated that 70% of its staff are expected to take reductions in salary as the business tackles the economic impact of the coronavirus, other UK brokers reveal a mixed approach to the situation.
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CEO David Howden says revenue and GWP increases for 2019 were driven by organic growth as the broker reveals it is looking at 20 acquisition targets.
José Manuel González will move to London to act as CEO of the combined group.
With an ageing population and a looming funding shortfall, how can brokers help social care providers?
CEO Mark Bennett reveals the broker's acquisition strategy and discusses why the business decided to sell to Ethos.
Howden says current situation has put "incredible pressure" on the only compliant scheme available to customers.
New research by Premium Credit reveals the insurance intermediary market anticipates consumers will use credit more this year when buying insurance.
Allen departs after only a few months in the MD role, as Lloyd's broker confirms management reshuffle.
Double digit growth in revenue and Ebitda.
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David Howden remains with the firm as CEO of Hyperion Insurance Group.
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The Danish guarantee fund has posed a legal challenge to both firms which were linked to Gable before it went bust in 2016.
Former Howden and Gallagher boss takes up non-executive director role.
CEO David Howden “ecstatic” with 2017 results, organic growth and confirms acquisition plans.
Hyperion CEO says investment by CDPQ will take broker to the "next stage of growth".
In addition to this sale the business is also looking to raise £224m in additional capital as it looks to support global growth strategy and deals in the pipeline.
The company has hired Morgan Stanley to advise on a sale of part of the business.