The Liverpool-headquartered broker buys Brunsdon Insurance based in Gloucester.
Consolidator buys Abbey Murphy Insurance, an Irish broker based in Longford and Mullingar.
Consolidator says it is set to make further deals in the healthcare space as it buys Bournemouth-based The Health Insurance Company.
The move sees Robert Organ take on the MD role for Jensten Retail as the business announces further board changes.
The broker has furthered its expansion across the country by striking a deal with Oliver Murphy Insurance Brokers.
MD Richard Willis discusses the company's name change and what the Belfast-based broker is looking for in future acquisitions.
JRT Insurance Brokers is PIB's eighth deal this year and will be integrated into its specialty division, PIB Insurance Brokers.
News analysis: David Worsfold examines whether regulators are likely to take a tougher stance on insurance sector mergers in the future, following the collapse of the Aon/Willis Towers Watson deal.
The results of Insurance Age’s annual study into the top 50 brokers and providers in the personal lines market are in.
BGL says it has "a duty to explore" approaches as Sky News reports that the business is considering a potential £700m sale of its insurance arm.
The consolidator's accounts show it spent a total of £92.8m on deals during the year, as it also reports increases in turnover and Ebitda.
The Belfast-headquartered business says the move follows recent growth and acquisition activity, including its deals for Kennett Insurance Brokers and Playle Russell, as it reveals it is looking to expand further.
In an exclusive interview with Insurance Age, group CEO Mike Joseph discusses the creation of the new broking group and its plans for the future.
Move creates a new broking group which includes Right Choice Insurance Brokers as well as recently purchased brands such as Bennetts and Moorhouse Group.
The broker said the deal would bulk up its motor offering as it also reveals it is retiring the aQmen, TFP Schemes and Thistle brands which form its Q Underwriting division.
CEO Richard Tuplin talked about the company's recent acquisition of Drayton Insurance and detailed what the broker has in store for the coming year.
The deal is set to expand Ignite systems pipeline and offer Ignite's existing clients access to Sequel's infrastructure and resources.
The deal doubles the size of AllClear’s UK travel proposition.
The business acquired Three Sixty for an undisclosed sum earlier this year.
The South West hub has acquired Web Shaw which trades as Jacksons.
CEO Robert Leigh and commercial director Adrian Barbrooke tell Insurance Age about the company's origins and detail their plans for the future.
Managing director Richard Talbot-Jones tells Insurance Age about how the broker's recent deal for March Insurance Services came about and details his plans for the future.
CEO David Ross says increased firepower will fund acquisitions in the UK as well as the consolidator's international expansion.
News analysis: Rachel Gordon investigates how broker-owned loss adjusters are changing the claims process and whether they could pile on the pressure for insurers.