Ebitda grows to £28.7m from £27.2m as software house notes that there was some disruption in 2018 as it sought to make operational improvements.
But personal lines revenues dip, while COR for the UK & Ireland business improves slightly.
Price published in the company's financial results for 2018.
CEO Andy Watson says motor was the "star of the show" in 2018, comments on Brexit preparations and addresses potential redundancies in Stoke and Port Solent offices.
COR improved to 96.8% for the year, but GWP fell across all of its divisions as results are announced amid business restructure.
UK CEO Jon Dye pledges commitment to brokers as Brexit uncertainty impacts the market.
But GWP dipped slightly as personal lines business transferred to LV.
Broker achieves organic revenue growth.
COR also improved to 94.9% on a like for like basis from 102.3% as CEO Tulsi Naidu says there is room for more improvement.
Results impacted by catastrophe claims but provider continues to see broker opportunities from Birmingham base.
Revenue increases by 8% at the broking giant.
Group revenue rises by 11% in the year.
Global giant’s revenue rises 6.6%.
Broker also reveals 30% increase in adjusted Ebitda.
Ida Axling hosts the first show of 2019.
Double digit growth in revenue and Ebitda.
Bob Darling says organic growth continues as demand for advice remains strong.
Boss Mark Bower-Dyke says results were impacted by poor market conditions and unrated insurers charging low prices.
Holding company reports small uptick in revenue.
Turnover and post-tax profit both rise.
Broker highlights strong finances and growing cash position.
Final set of accounts before takeover by private equity.
Software house boosts R&D investment by 10% in 2018.
Ebitda and revenue fall in the 12 months.