Ardonagh-owned Ethos says the deal brings its number of regional hubs up to 13.
The CEO tells Insurance Age about his plans in the telematics and pay-as-you-go insurance areas, as he reveals Atlanta has another five or six deals in the pipeline.
DNA is a motor trade specialist and will sit alongside Aston Lark’s Road Runner business.
The consolidator has extended its reach in Ireland with its buy of retail broker, Creane & Creane.
Move follows hot on the heels of its purchase of the corporate retail book of business from AFL Insurance Brokers.
Move comes as Ardonagh Global Partners makes its first deal in the United States.
Marmalade was set up 15 years ago and specialises in drivers under 34.
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The move follows Specialist Risk Group’s acquisition of its wholesale division.
Document outlines two separate scenarios based on whether or not the WTW deal goes through before the meeting in June.
Hodges will become chair of RSA UK&I once the proposed sale to Intact is completed.
The CEO describes the experience, which saw the deal divested following CMA interventions, as an "extraordinary waste of money" as Ardonagh publishes 2020 results.
The figure includes its buy of Bravo Group, which owns Broker Network and Ethos, and its Arachas acquisition.
Acquinex has offices in London, Frankfurt, Warsaw and Copenhagen and the deal, which follows investment from Apax, is the consolidator's third this year.
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As consolidators make a land-grab in Scotland, Martin Friel investigates the future for independents in the region.
Deal will see the East Sussex-based trade credit broker become part of Xenia in April.
Consolidator brings North County Brokers, based in Balbriggan in County Dublin, into the fold ahead of the rebrand of its Irish operations to Aston Lark Ireland in April.
Bolton-based Ives & Taylor specialises in commercial lines, professional indemnity and private clients and brings 13 staff to Partners&.
The broker will become part of Marshall Wooldridge which is GRP’s Yorkshire hub.
The Clear CEO spoke to Insurance Age following the acquisition of Luker Rowe and HIA and insisted that the ‘for sale’ sign at Clear won’t go up yet despite the hollowed out market.
Clear Group now handles £225m in gross written premium.
It is the fifth deal this year for SRG which is backed by majority shareholder HGGC.
Broker expands its footprint with purchase of Lincoln-based Sills.