Figures from Plimsoll Publishing show average profit margins are 5.7% for the current year, after consistently increasing since last year.
Most recent results for Tokio Marine Kiln Group show losses for TMKI which is now being placed in run-off.
Consolidator's losses increased in 2018, but turnover jumped to £106.8m as it is set to continue its buying spree after £200m debt refinancing.
Network saw operating profit rise by 71%.
Bravo Group to agree loan worth £80m earmarked for acquisitions from major bank, as the business reports growing revenues for 2018.
Danish provider received cash injection to improve its solvency ratio on 6 May.
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But turnover rose by about 24%.
Income goes up for the quarter as Swinton is credited with assisting growth despite branch closures.
Commercial lines GWP increased, while the provider's COR improved to 94.8% in the first quarter of the year.
Mike Latham said the business is on track to achieving 2020 goals as it looks to ICB merger.
The business underwent a restructure in 2018 in preparation for the UK’s exit from the EU.
The aim is to simplify access to the global insurance market and reduce the costs of doing business at Lloyd’s.
The Danish regulator has told Gefion to restate its 2017 results and half-year report for 2018 but Gefion insists the business is healthy.
Provider says results were impacted by soft market conditions in personal lines, along with adverse weather, claims inflation and uncertainty around Brexit.
The Ardonagh Group results showed that the personal lines broker contributed £146.3m in pro forma income.
The business reported a total loss for 2018 of £111.6m, significant improvement on 2017's numbers.
Provider confirms it has not yet found a replacement for former CEO Stuart Vann who left the business in January last year.
Provider says results were impacted by bad weather as it gears up for deal with Markerstudy.
Saga reports “disappointing” retail broking results as it claims first with three year fixed pricing for insurance via direct channels, moves away from the focus on price and changes renewal pricing.
Post-tax profit drops slightly as GWP remains flat at £210m.
Market reveals a loss of £1.0bn and a COR of 104.5% for 2018 as Neal admits "performance is not of the standard we would expect" .
GI CEO Steve Treloar said the business was working with 150 new broker partners and committed to further investment as 2018 results are published.
Broker was recently bought by French firm Verlingue.