A spokeswoman for Ageas said that the broker had been "under pressure for some time as a result of changes in the way people buy insurance and the way the personal insurance market now operates". Post explores what happened at Kwik Fit, and what trends in the market have caused its demise. Rise and fall In the 15 years between its launch in 1995 and its acquisition by Ageas in 2010, Kwik Fit Insurance Services grew its book from 20,000 to more than 1.1 million policies across its business.
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