Where does Gallagher’s buy of Bollington Wilson leave the independent broker space?
Borland is headquartered in Scotland and the deal follows AssuredPartners' purchase of Birmingham-based Hettle Andrews & Associates in 2019.
Partner Carl Wormald tells Insurance Age he is keen to build up another UK regional broker following the private equity provider's sale of Bollington Wilson to Gallagher.
The MGA specialises in construction and provides property and liability cover via UK brokers.
UK Retail boss Michael Rea discusses the thinking behind Gallagher’s deal to buy Bollington and confirms it is looking to make further acquisitions.
Headley brings over £13m in GWP to the Ethos-owned broker.
Bollington Wilson has been on the acquisition trail since 2019 and is believed to have GWP in the region of £250m.
Heath Crawford and Foster received investment from Peter Cullum-backed Minority Venture Partners three years ago.
The consolidator has purchased construction specialist UK & Ireland Insurance Services.
The figures follow the management buy-out and include all areas of the business formerly known as Coversure.
Howard Lickens will move to the role of executive chairman as former A-Plan MD, Mike Edgeley takes up the CEO mantle.
KBIS was established in 1991 and specialises in horse, horsebox and trailer and equestrian business cover.
Global Risk Partners (GRP) has purchased Newstead Insurance Brokers for an undisclosed sum.
Lloyd's broker CRS Yachts will join Aston Lark's European business.
The business specialises in science and technology and private clients.
Aon confirms the European watchdog has launched a Phase II review of the merger but insists it is still "on track" to close the combination in the first half of 2021.
Miles Smith-owner has been purchased subject to regulatory approval.
Gallagher declined to comment on reports that it was in advanced discussions with the Manchester-headquartered business.
Poole-based Insync has joined the GRP portfolio for an undisclosed sum.
The five-year personal lines deal sees Zurich replace Lloyd's capacity.
The deal also signals leadership change for the specialist intermediary.
The purchase of Robus by the Ardonagh-owned MGA has been hailed as a “powerful addition” by Geo CEO Derek Coles.
The business has acquired Inman & Associates and is hoping to double the number of customers the business currently has.
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