Provider proposes to cut 711 roles across Europe as integration process continues.
More deals in the pipeline as Irish regulator approves purchase of Dublin-based Robertson Low.
Business is made up of nine firms, one of which will be GRP's retail hub for North London and Essex.
The deal takes Greenwood Moreland to £10m of GWP annually.
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Business takes on £70m of Co-op’s debt in first buy since being bought by Qatar Re.
Its deal with TopMark Group follows its acquisition of Direct Group’s claims function from Ardonagh Group.
Businesses also sign 13 year agreement for motor and home insurance distribution.
First international acquisition for the firm.
Aviva's mid-market push comes under the microscope along with Brexit.
Purchase of West Midlands-based broker is County’s first deal of 2019.
Verlingue explains the history of the family-owned French firm and shares his thoughts on buying during Brexit uncertainty, organic growth, servicing clients and heli-skiing.
MD David Beswick says that the Broker Network-owned business wants to develop six hubs in total as it eyes £90m GWP by the end of 2020.
Deal is Saffron's third since it was bought by Broker Network a year ago.
First deal for Buckinghamshire-based broker since 2010.
Ida Axling hosts the first show of 2019.
Bob Darling says organic growth continues as demand for advice remains strong.
UK retail boss Michael Rea confirms plans to keep the Stackhouse Poland brand and states Gallagher will not close down branches or cut jobs following the deal.
Six tranches of bonds the longest dated for 2049.
The business, currently funded by Bowmark Capital, is seeking additional investment to secure its longer term acquisition pipeline.
Group CEO Tim Johnson confirms that Stackhouse Poland executive chairman Jeremy Cary will leave the business in the near future.
The business is not looking to buy following investment from Inflexion.
Deal is Gallagher's fifth since its UK M&A return in 2018.