First deal since refinancing in 2015.
Siân Barton and Emmanuel Kenning discuss the key points from the week's news.
Equity release offering available to Marsh ProBroker, Purple Partnership and Bluefin Network members.
Broker says purchase will enhance its professional indemnity insurance offering.
Mike Sibthorpe joins as CEO of insurance and reinsurance.
The organisation said the East Anglian broker is its “fourth regional powerhouse”.
Provider bought three quarters of the business in 2014.
The deal gives Global Risk Partners its first hub in the North West and is the consolidator's biggest acquisition so far.
Global Risk Partners has bought the Crewe-based broker to be its north west regional hub.
Travel broker appoints Chris Rolland as CEO and reveals plans to hire 30 new staff.
CEO Dave Clapp says results were driven by organic growth and acquisitions adding that broker will continue to make deals in 2018.
A frantic start to the year on the news front saw acquisitions, a familiar theme from 2017, continue to dominate. Miles Smith, Markerstudy and Endsleigh being sold to A-Plan dominated the list but there was still room for SSP’s outage costs to make an…
Purchase more than doubles firm's health insurance broking activities.
Group to be an MGA and is looking to expand broking arm.
Deal expected to complete in first half of 2018.
The sale was for an undisclosed sum.
Insurance Insider reveals possible deal for Gibraltar-based insurer.
The A-Plan CEO said the brokers complement each other and once the deal goes through A-Plan will have over £500m in GWP.
Fourth deal for the broker since it was bought by GRP.
CEO confident of hitting five-year target.
Announcement made on 29 December 2017.
The deal was for an undisclosed sum and Endsleigh will continue to operate as a separate entity.
Broker has over 220 staff and annual GWP of £170m.
It was a double double in November. There were two entries for the Ardonagh Group and two for Amazon in the penultimate month of the year. But it was a new partnership between Bollington and Wilson that ultimately topped the most clicked list.