Group income has increased to £199.7m as the consolidator flags a mix of acquisitions and organic growth.
MPRS provides accident and health, professional liability, medical malpractice, and commercial combined cover for general practice, private practice, and GP federations.
Brokerring has been developed to encourage smaller independent brokers to grow amid a consolidated broker landscape.
CEO Mike Joseph talks to Insurance Age about Bennetts, the Right Choice acquisition of the Fresh-brands and outlines his plans to grow the motor specialist.
The partnership, which follows GRP's acquisition and rebrand of Marsh Networks earlier this month, will see broker members gain access to a new claims and risk management offering.
Specialist Risk Group (SRG), has announced the acquisition of specialist Irish liability and property MGA, Blackrock Insurance Solutions.
The sale includes Willis Re and is intended to address questions raised by regulators including the European Commission.
Latest move sees specialist marine broker Christopher Rowe join Seventeen Group's stable and follows its purchases of Ryan's and Pinner Risk Solutions.
Consolidator says the PI specialist broker will be integrated into its Guernsey-based business as it plans to expand across the Channel Islands.
Deal for Pinner Risk Solutions follows its purchase of Ipswich-headquartered Ryan's last week.
CEO Paul Anscombe discusses his plans for Ryan's and reveals he is increasingly getting approached by brokers looking for an alternative to the consolidators.
The Cirencester-headquartered business, which has 195 staff, will add to Adonagh's PMI proposition.
Ryan's will become part of James Hallam as chairman Tim Ryan is set to exit.
The provider has also released its Q1 results, revealing a combined operating ratio of 86%.
The MGA has teamed up with Accredited to expand its home insurance offering.
The networks business has been rebranded to Hedron and will continue to be led by David Hopwood who has joined the GRP executive team.
The company is gearing up to launch two more products aimed at brokers in the near future.
Bennetts has finally found a home after Ardonagh divested its purchase of the motor specialist last year following a CMA investigation.
Paul Macbeth tells Insurance Age about how the broker's deal for Peter Lole came about and discusses his plans for the future.
Its buy of Peter Lole takes its GWP up to £23m.
The sale includes Fresh-brands Autosaint, Ladybird and First Van.
Kingfisher (formerly Vantage) bought Fresh in 2018. The sale follows Kingfisher taking the Fresh-sellers to court alleging it had been “induced to enter into the purchase by fraudulent misrepresentations made by and/or on behalf of the warrantors”.
Move follows redundancies and a number of management exits at Be Wiser and will see the personal lines broker operate alongside Swinton, Autonet, Carole Nash and Marmalade.
Aston Lark Ireland CEO Robert Kennedy says further acquisition announcements are "imminent" as broker makes its second Irish deal of the year.