UK CEO Jon Dye comments on the insurer's financial results for 2019 and discusses broker support and acquisitions.
Group has added £9m GWP and 19 staff with its purchase of Midlands-based CLA (Risk Solutions).
The broker is PIB's 26th deal and operates in the property, corporate, private clients and SME sectors.
Motorcycle broker will join Autonet, Carole Nash and Swinton as part of Atlanta.
Ardonagh’s Atlanta division has exchanged contracts to purchase the motorcycle specialist broker.
Deal follows its purchase of Ashgrove Insurance Services last month.
Lights & Legal managing director Dean Perkin will stay with the firm.
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David Hopwood promises the business "won't ignore" members' reasons for joining a particular network.
The investment will help GRP continue to buy UK brokers according to newly promoted Mike Bruce.
The deal sees founders Peter Cullum and David Margrett retain a minority stake in the company alongside Penta Capital.
Financial results also show that revenue grew 10.2% at Marsh in 2019.
The decision is effective immediately and a management committee has been formed to lead the business in the interim.
Profit for the broking segment grew by 25%.
Ida Axling predicts further changes on the networks scene after Marsh Commercial combines its three propositions.
David Ross reveals expansion hopes and confirms more M&A targets in the UK.
Marsh ProBroker, Bluefin Network and Purple Partnership to become single networks proposition led by David Hopwood as Marsh Commercial seeks to align more closely with Marsh.
The deal was for an undisclosed sum and concluded at the end of 2019.
Smallholding and farm insurance specialist brings £5m of GWP and 20 staff to Aston Lark.
MGA says ThreatInformer's data enrichment technology will help it improve key activities in the underwriting process.
GRP has been exploring sale and reinvestment options since last summer.
The book of business will be transferred to N&G at renewal and NMU marine trade underwriters will move across as part of the deal.
CEO David Howden says revenue and GWP increases for 2019 were driven by organic growth as the broker reveals it is looking at 20 acquisition targets.