CEO Andy Fairchild outlines the network’s strategy and talks about acquisition plans and the growth of independent brokers.
MD Ian Gosden says more deals are in the pipeline with GRP backing.
Combined operating ratio remains flat at 90 percent.
The Ipswich business told 134 staff that they would lose their jobs with immediate effect.
Broker's profits remain flat for the year.
Legal insurance specialist celebrates 10th year of business.
Rhys Thomas puts profit growth down to a software house change, high retention rates and more new business as he insists the firm is not for sale.
Profit before tax hits £1.4m for the broker as turnover grows to £9.6m.
According to the broker 2016 saw it develop both its direct and wholesale businesses “driving top line income”.
Annual report shows that 127,326 policies have benefitted from Flood Re backing in its first year of operation.
According to the firm continual investment in research and development is an important part of its strategy.
Software specialist delivers 20% rise in revenue.
Operating profit and turnover also rose.
The broker is seeking organic and acquisitiion growth but according to Mike Latham there is no deal currently on the table.
Broker also reports operating profit and turnover drop.
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The online motor broker also reported growth in profits.
But turnover and Ebitda are up at the Lloyd's broker.
Broker also posts rising profits for the year ended 31 December 2016.
Lisa Powis, CEO at the personal lines broker, said its van, telematics and non-standard home lines performed well.
Insurer says it overcame Ogden headwind and expects growth to continue with Sterling deal reflected in increased GWP.
Insurer's operating profit falls to £37.5m, while COR comes in at 96.7%.
Consolidator reports organic growth for the third quarter in a row.
Insurer reports pre-tax loss of £171.1m for the year but flags improved figures for first quarter of 2017.