Mergers & acquisitions (M&A)

Future Focus 2030: The future of personal injury claims

In the second of a new monthly series, Post looks into the future at how the insurance market might change, with each part focusing on a specific issue. Jonathan Swift fast forwards a decade to look at how a new era of collaboration and ethics changed…

Analysis: Unpacking the Ardonagh deal

Broker Network members have given a resounding shrug of indifference to the news that after four years away the network is set to return to Ardonagh’s ownership as it buys up Bravo Group.

Arch names Simon Williams as active underwriter

Arch Insurance International has appointed Simon Williams as active underwriter of Syndicate 1955 and confirmed David Slade as deputy active underwriter after the parent company’s takeover of Barbican.

Royal London to absorb Police Mutual

The Police Mutual Group will become part of life and pensions mutual Royal London, a move driven by a need to bolster its financial position, according to Police Mutual CEO John Perks.

Analysis: Broker buyers upbeat on M&A rebound

As the coronavirus pandemic hits every aspect of life and business in the country Post investigates what has happened in the broker mergers and acquisitions space and what is likely to come next

Towergate strikes first buys of 2020

Towergate Insurance Brokers has bought the Education Staff Absence insurance book from Integro and snapped up farm insurance specialist Edwards & Swan Insurance Brokers.

Covéa pulls out of $9bn Partner Re deal

Covéa has scrapped its $9bn (£7.3bn) buy of Bermuda-based global reinsurer Partner Re from the Ferrari-owning Agnelli family’s holding company Exor less than two years after if failed to takeover reinsurer Scor.

Interview: Partners&'s Barton & Reid

The easy answer to the question “when is a consolidator not a consolidator” is when nobody is being bought. Phil Barton and Stuart Reid spoke to Post senior reporter Emmanuel Kenning about their latest venture Partners&.

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