Edgeley discusses taking the CEO spot at Clear Insurance following Lickens’ decision to step aside and focus on M&A.
Co-founder Adam Scott says the broker is now looking to grow both organically and via acquisitions.
The two brokers have said they disagree with the move after the DoJ warns merger would “create a broking behemoth” and “threatens to eliminate competition, raise prices and reduce innovation”.
The Bolton broker is Aston Lark’s 15th deal this year.
Hopwood discusses GRP's takeover of Marsh Networks and what will be different for members after Marsh ProBroker, Bluefin Network and Purple Partnership became one single proposition.
CEO Chris McCann tells Insurance Age about entering the UK market post-Brexit and reveals the Dublin-based company’s plans for the future.
The Dublin-based broker, which specialises in both personal and commercial lines, is the consolidator’s fourth deal in Ireland this year.
The acquisition of the Horsham-based broker is said to strengthen Clear’s presence in the South East.
CFC said micro M&A transaction liability is an untapped insurance market and a clear opportunity for brokers.
Open GI’s Simon Badley shares what brokers must consider in terms of technology as they move forward with M&A.
Deal is Dublin-based Crotty's first since it became GRP's Irish hub business last year.
Egan says RSA's turnaround phase is over as he discusses what the sale to Intact will mean for the UK and International business.
Deal comes after Brightside announced last November that Kitsune was to close the new business and go into run-off.
The deal will see Ethos expand its footprint in the East Anglia region.
Canadian insurer Intact reveals its plans for RSA's UK and International business as it makes its first move into the UK market.
Following its purchase of Town and Country, CEO Phil Barton tells Insurance Age about the broker's hub strategy, reveals plans for further growth and discusses how the pandemic has highlighted the need for brokers to provide better advice.
The deal includes Ed Broking Group and Besso Insurance.
The £7.2bn takeover of RSA by Intact and Tryg was announced last year.
The Gallagher-owned MGA has appointed Neil Bowdrey as head of D&O.
The broker has said it plans to open four more branches in the next six months.
The consolidator has paid £111m in cash for deals including Marmalade, Hemsley Wynne Furlonge, AccuRisk, and Resilium as it also states it was paid £22.75m for Bennetts.
The deal will see the broker build its presence in the South West and establish a regional hub.
Thompson & Ryan is based in London and has a nationwide presence.
Brady Burns & Associates, based in County Kildare, is the consolidator's third deal in Ireland this year.