Troubled Towergate's network division has faced challenges for years.
The network plans to double its business in the country by January 2015.
Towergate-owned business claims best month since 2012 for new members.
Ebitdae grew to over £24m.
Following the warnings from PwC that brokers must take on a more risk advisory role we examine other times the alarm was sounded in the broking market.
Former Allianz commercial chief on his current experience with the Jelf-owned network.
New leader joins as Paul Muir takes up chairman role.
Latest recruit to work with accountancy firm.
Network aims to double number of Scottish brokers in next three years.
Network MD Pepper says business remains independent.
New partner specialises in products for independent and smaller businesses.
Insurer pulls the plug but insists broker partners will not be affected.
Company claims to be first in broker network sector to make the move.
New recruit joins from Cobra.
Disaster recovery specialist will provide network members with 24/7 assistance.
Network says model is still working as CEO Gary Duggan moves on to lead Paymentshield
Towergate-owned network aiming to add 20 new members and lose "fewer than 12" in Q1.
Successful applicants to Brokerbility Academy will study CII accredited programme.
Network boss says he is impressed by "entrepreneurial spirit" of UK broking.
TEn director James Sharp claims network is welcoming "discontented brokers".
Network sees losses tumble in past year, Insurance Age can reveal.
Consolidator chief says 2015 will see a turnaround in the business.
Network is targeting membership of 90 by end of 2014.
As the SME market becomes increasingly automated, networks could give regional brokers the clout to compete with the big players, our expert panel tells Andrew Pearce