The broker is to buy Ingenie from Watchstone Group as it moves forward with plan to develop its technological capability.
The broker, which trades as Kingsway, has purchased Home Counties Insurance Services, following on from its deal for Managed Risk Solutions earlier this week.
What next for Howden following the investment from HG and its buy of A-Plan? Insurance Age talks to key experts.
Birrell, which trades as Kingsway, became part of GRP in January this year.
The Pinpoint underwriting team will move across to MUM with immediate effect.
Motor broker will be brought into the Atlanta Group, joining Autonet, Carole Nash and Swinton.
The SME service provider, which also owns The Insurance Octopus, has purchased the commercial property specialist for an undisclosed sum.
WRS specialises in the social welfare sector and provides cover for charities, churches and care and community groups.
The deal places an enterprise value of $5bn on Hyperion and provides it with $1.5bn to acquire and invest in data and technology.
Ardonagh has proposed to reverse the deal and divest of the motor broker following the threat of an “expensive and burdensome” phase two competition probe.
The Towergate and Atlanta parent published results for the first six months of 2020 and reveals prices for Arachas and Bravo Group.
Howden has reached agreement to acquire St Giles Legal & Professional Risks a professional indemnity insurance broker specialising in the UK solicitor sector.
Howard Lickens discusses plans for the Brokerbility Network following the transaction, which also increases Clear's regional presence, particularly in the Midlands.
The deal includes BHIB and brings Clear’s GWP up to £200m.
Centerbridge and Platinum Equity have pulled out of discussions "by mutual agreement" as AA continues to explore options including an equity raise.
The sale of A-Plan to Howden is believed to be valued at up to £700m.
Carl Shuker will continue to lead the personal lines specialist.
Partnering with private equity may help brokers succeed during what looks set to be a complex, challenging, but potentially rewarding period, argues Andrew Backen, partner, Equistone Partners Europe.
Consolidator makes Dublin-based Crotty Insurance Brokers its Irish hub as it announces plans to make further deals in the Republic of Ireland.
Government body says Ardonagh and Bennetts have five working days to address the CMA’s concerns, after it found that the merged company would face “only little competition” from other much smaller motorcycle insurance specialists.
Peter Blanc says London Market is priority for the broker and reveals MGA/underwriting hopes as the business buys Lloyd’s broker Brunel Professions.
The three potential buyers have an additional four weeks to make a bid for the AA as the motor specialist says discussions are progressing.
The agreement was originally announced in March this year and will see the creation of the world’s largest broker.
MD Julie Gibbons discusses the broker's rebrand, acquisition plans, opening up after lockdown and how the business has ended up with a female majority in management roles.