Insurance Covid-Cast episode 14: Newsmaker special with Crawford & Company group chief executive Rohit Verma
In the latest Insurance Post and Insurance Age video cast brought to you while our journalists are working from home, we present the latest in a series of newsmaker specials focused on the people behind the lockdown headlines.
Sector also welcomes Ant Middle, who is set to take over the reins in June.
Lights & Legal managing director Dean Perkin will stay with the firm.
Following investment from Minority Venture Partners, the organisation is planning to do 75 deals in the next three years.
Sharp, the last of the AR network's founders remaining in an executive position, will be succeeded by Dawn Derbyshire.
Insurer will reveal Chris Dobson’s replacement by the end of the year.
Brexit uncertainty means brokers have the chance to add value to their clients, says Aviva MD of intermediaries.
But research from the insurer shows that the number of brokers with succession plans in place has doubled since May 2018.
Business seeking small to medium brokers who need a succession plan.
Deal puts succession plan in place at the broker, while Ataraxia takes minority stake in the business.
Research by Ecclesiastical reveals most brokers want to hire young talent, but 52% are struggling to recruit as young people lack awareness of what brokers do.
Research from Aviva shows 9% of brokers are expected to leave the industry in the next year but only 13% of brokers have planned for their retirement.
Equity release offering available to Marsh ProBroker, Purple Partnership and Bluefin Network members.
With consolidation firmly on the agenda in the broking sector, Ida Axling talks to seven experts in the industry on the opportunities and perils
Ataraxia’s Adam Boakes outlines some of the pitfalls of organising a smooth succession and warns brokers to take their time.
Duo will use the next 18 months to put a five year plan in place for the succession of their broker business.
Consolidation can provide an elegant solution for brokers wanting a smooth transition when they sell their businesses, writes Sam Barrett
The source of funding for an acquisition or buyout will dictate what shape any prospective deal can take, writes Sam Barrett
Getting the right advice is invaluable for brokers looking to sell their business, writes Sam Barrett
Keeping clients and staff informed is an important part of any succession plan, writes Sam Barrett
Finding the right buyer is not just about getting the best price for your business
When it comes to selling up and moving on, a management buyout could ensure a brokerage’s culture survives succession
Brokers should be able to rely on help from their insurer partners when it comes to succession planning, writes Phil Bayles
Brendan Dawson, MD of Qdos Broker and Underwriting, explains why succession planning is essential if a business is to grow.