Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift charts consolidation among the top 100 intermediaries from 2010 to today and reflects on the biggest winners in terms of M&A success
Campion, which was established in 1984, is the third retail business PIB has bought in Ireland.
Cristina Diciu explores the impact of MGAs on schemes, and examines what brokers can do to capitalise on the competitive environment, in part two of our series with Travelers.
Consolidator buys Cicor in its first acquisition in the Spanish market as it continues its European expansion.
The broker has furthered its expansion across the country by striking a deal with Oliver Murphy Insurance Brokers.
JRT Insurance Brokers is PIB's eighth deal this year and will be integrated into its specialty division, PIB Insurance Brokers.
The consolidator's accounts show it spent a total of £92.8m on deals during the year, as it also reports increases in turnover and Ebitda.
The broker said the deal would bulk up its motor offering as it also reveals it is retiring the aQmen, TFP Schemes and Thistle brands which form its Q Underwriting division.
The latest job moves in the world of insurance and broking.
The provider joins Let Alliance and HomeLet as part of the business’s rental proposition.
Brokers, insurers and industry experts discuss the main obstacles in attracting young talent and what the industry can do to solve its image problem.
Insurance Age talked to brokers to find out what their plans for returning to the office are and what long term impacts they believe the pandemic will have on working environments.
The pandemic has changed the way many businesses percieve insurance, but, as Sam Barrett reports, brokers are ideally placed to help SMEs get the right covers in place going forward
With retailers turning from physical shops to online sales and the hospitality sector focusing on deliveries and outdoor dining, Sam Barrett looks at how insurance needs have changed in the pandemic
Consolidator says the PI specialist broker will be integrated into its Guernsey-based business as it plans to expand across the Channel Islands.
Following Les Brewin’s comeback into the industry, Insurance Age looks into what his ambitions are for Cobra, how the network has been "reinvented" since being taken over by PIB, and what CEO Andy Tedstone has in mind for the company's future.
Purple-founder Brewin has been lured out of retirement to join the PIB-owned network.
Brokers say they are "confident" that Gareth Hemming will enable a continuity of strategy at Aviva as they react to Phil Bayles' surprise exit from the provider.
Following on from GRP's surprise purchase of Marsh Networks, Martin Friel investigates how consolidation is changing the networks landscape.
The consolidator has extended its reach in Ireland with its buy of retail broker, Creane & Creane.
Covid-19 has had a significant effect on claims in the commercial insurance space
Giles, who helped create the business, remains an investor.
Acquinex has offices in London, Frankfurt, Warsaw and Copenhagen and the deal, which follows investment from Apax, is the consolidator's third this year.
IMAS director John Nisbet discusses how consolidators can continue to grow and warns that private equity backers could move on from the sector as a result of a “diminishing opportunity” in the broking market.