Consolidators have shifted to concentrate on the smaller end of the broking sector, Martin Friel investigates why
Searchlight and Apax Partners are believed to be in talks with the consolidator over taking a stake in the business.
Firm has provided a daily rate insurance product through PIB-owned Cooke & Mason since 2004.
Group will purchase CMR Insurance Services and Sue Smith Ltd subject to regulatory approval.
The deal takes the number of Greenwood Moreland offices to three.
Branches in the south, north, Wales and Scotland are affected by the move.
Business will move forward in the UK under the Burns & Wilcox brand following the Barbican Protect buy.
The reinsurance broker was founded in 2013 by Grahame Chilton and Rupert Swallow.
Barbican Protect will rebrand as Burns & Wilcox as part of the deal.
Specialist Risk Group, an investment vehicle for Pollen Street Capital, has recently rebranded from Specialist Risk Investments.
Both employees join Towergate’s Swansea office as owner Tony Nakonecznyj becomes a consultant.
Deal follows GRP's purchases of risk management specialist Health and Safety Click and Lancashire-based broker 3XD.
CEO Robert Organ discusses the broker's acquisition strategy and details plans to make three or four more deals next year.
Group has bought Vantage Professional Risks and developed a professional risks division.
Insurance Age surveyed the state of the market and the results and expert analysis from IMAS are now available.
Broker has pledged to expand following the fleet and telematics specialist buying a majority stake in the business.
Square Mile joins Miles Smith and The Underwriting Exchange as SRIL’s broking portfolio grows.
Acquisition is Aston Lark’s first since securing £320m in financing from Goldman Sachs.
Nick Hobbs, director of broker markets at Allianz UK, explains the benefits of recognising local markets.
Acquisition is Weald Insurance’s first deal since becoming an Ethos Broking partner in 2018.
Finch Group began its acquisitive streak when bought by Broker Network Partners in 2016.
Insurance Age talks to the man who swung the axe on the Jelf-name, Anthony Gruppo, about business efficiency, his move from the US and his focus on delivering organic growth for Marsh Commercial
Following investment from Minority Venture Partners, the organisation is planning to do 75 deals in the next three years.
Insurance Age’s largest broker survey will reveal average commission levels, broker opinion on consolidation and unrated insurers, and brokers' 2020 strategies.