West Sussex-based firm brings over £17m in GWP to Ethos, which is part of Broker Network owner Bravo Group.
The Allianz CEO points to 3.7% underlying business growth as he discusses the provider's half-year results and weighs in on the amended discount rate.
Purchasing the remaining stake in LV has impacted the provider’s half-year numbers.
The deal is the latest in a long line of acquisitions by the group.
The $5.6bn deal completed on 1 April this year as the business flags a flat EMEA performance.
Profit increased for the firm in first full year results since Aston Scott and Lark merged as the business commits to more deals with comparative analysis showing turnover of £57.4m.
Former Ardonagh deputy CEO Janice Deakin has stepped back at the consolidator and vowed that she needs a ‘break’ from big deals having worked on the acquisition of Swinton, but added the idea of acting as a non-executive director at another firm…
Liverpool-based company says the broker is its first deal in the insurance sector.
Broker specialises in household, landlord and learner driver insurance and all staff will remain with the business.
Partner Oliver Bevan discusses the private equity firm’s plans for the insurance sector following its investments in Acquis and Kingsbridge
Elliot has invested in the insurance and travel provider.
The move highlights the American company’s intention to develop its operations in the UK.
Telematics broker to be part of Markerstudy's retail and affinity division.
Deal is the broker's fourth since being bought by Broker Network, now Ethos, in January 2018.
Plymouth-based WPS will retain its leadership team following the sale.
Move follows the software house's expansion into the German market.
Group MD discusses future deals and explains why the consolidator does not see Brexit as a reason to expand outside of the UK.
Software house set to pursue more deals as document reveals it paid £3.5m for Surrey-based ICE InsureTech in November 2017.
County's second deal in a month brings its GWP to over £100m.
Specialist medical malpractice and professional indemnity broker to be integrated with James Hallam, as Seventeen group secures new funding partner.
Consolidator's losses increased in 2018, but turnover jumped to £106.8m as it is set to continue its buying spree after £200m debt refinancing.
Adam Powell takes over as CEO as Sure Thing!’s Brendan Devine, Stevie Sutherland and Kevin Kiernan exit the business.
Deal is broker's first since it became part of GRP last year.
Bravo Group to agree loan worth £80m earmarked for acquisitions from major bank, as the business reports growing revenues for 2018.