Poole-based Insync has joined the GRP portfolio for an undisclosed sum.
The motor provider has added Drivit to its portfolio as it seeks to shake-up commercial motor cover.
Group underwriting director Gary Humphreys discusses why the transaction took almost two years to complete, criticism from Unite the union, redundancies and future acquisition plans.
The broker has added the niche provider to its specialist risks division.
The insurer will back Arcus as it targets specialty commercial and reinsurance lines.
The transaction, which will boost Markerstudy's GWP by £500m, was first announced in January 2019 and has previously been criticised by Union Unite after it was revealed that it could result in 200 job losses.
The deal also signals leadership change for the specialist intermediary.
The purchase of Robus by the Ardonagh-owned MGA has been hailed as a “powerful addition” by Geo CEO Derek Coles.
The business has acquired Inman & Associates and is hoping to double the number of customers the business currently has.
Kingfisher detailed misuse of the Motor Insurance Bureau’s MyLicence platform and suggested it may not have bought the broker as it seeks to claim millions in damages.
The pandemic has changed the way business is conducted across the globe, and with a hardening market and uncertainty caused by Brexit, Insurance Age looks at the outlook for brokers
Mark Richardson examines Intact's track record when it comes to integrating acquisitions and its approach to working with brokers.
The broker has teamed up with Spring Partners as the platform buys Neon Sapphire Underwriting.
GoCo has been bought four years after its Esure de-merger.
An offer from Towerbrook and Warburg Pincus has been recommended to shareholders.
The business struck a number of deals, with more in the pipeline, which have taken the broker to half a billion of gross written premium.
Group CEO Nick Houghton discusses how the deal with Synova Capital came about and reveals ambition to grow JMG's GWP from £45m to £200m in the next five years.
The broker has bought Lloyd’s coverholder Safeonline.
The business says it plans further growth in its European operations as it buys Polish broker WBD.
PE firm to support organic growth and acquisition plans as JMG aims to grow four-fold in five years, with former Stackhouse Poland boss Tim Johnson joining board as Jeremy Cary becomes an adviser.
The business says it has a "robust forward-looking pipeline" after making five deals in Q3 2020.
MD Peter Goddard tells Insurance Age about the firm's mission to keep broking "at the heart of the community" and discusses its recent purchase of Townsends Insurance Brokers.
Takeover, which valued the business at £1.66bn, sees Hastings delist from the London Stock Exchange.
RSA board says it will recommend the £7.2bn deal to shareholders as Intact and Tryg take next step to buy and split the insurer.