Australian broker group Steadfast saw another six months of strong growth in the first half of the 2017 financial year.
Ageas will lift the age limit on its Rias brand in order to channel business from its closed brands, CEO Andy Watson told Post.
Ageas UK made a €56m (£47.5m) loss in 2016, in sharp contrast to the €30m profit made in 2015.
Global insurance broker and advisory firm Willis Towers Watson has published a 50% decline in net income for the financial year ending 31st December 2016.
Global broker Aon reported a 2% drop in revenue in its overall 2016 full year results.
Manchester-based Principal Insurance has reported full-year pre-tax profits of £327,109.
Global broker Marsh finished off the year with a flourish to help produce solid revenue and strong profit growth for 2016.
Arthur J Gallagher & Company's brokerage segment saw pre-tax profit rise to $123.9m (£98.82m) in Q4 2016, a 69% increase on the $73.3m earned over the same period last year.
Towergate has seen its first quarter of growth since restructuring began last year, but underlying profitability for year to date is down.
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Software house SSP has made operating profits of £13m for 2015, and the company said its future growth prospects are “exciting”.
Arthur J Gallagher’s broking division saw strong growth in the first nine months of the year, with net earnings increasing 23% to $97.7m (£80.2m) compared to $75.5m (£62m) for the same period last year.
Marsh’s broking arm saw a 4% increase in total revenue over the past nine months, up to $4.4bn (£3.63bn) from $4.2bn (£3.47bn) in the same period last year.
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Towergate's profits before amortisation, interest and tax climbed to £16.7m in the first half of 2016 compared to a loss of £14.7m in H1 2015.
Steadfast, the Australian general insurance broker and broker network, had a solid year of growth in the financial year ending 30 June 2016.
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Willis Towers Watson group has seen a 9.5% increase in total revenues for the first half of 2016, with $4.2bn (£3.24bn) total revenues earned, up from $3.8bn (£2.93bn) from the same period last year.
Customer focus was key to Carole Nash’s strong annual results, CEO David Newman told Post.
Towergate said recent investments will not be reflected until the end of the year as it posted an almost 50% drop in profit in its Q1 results.
Allianz has reported an 89.9% combined ratio in commercial for Q1 2016 but despite improvements, its personal lines COR remains over 100 at 101.2% (FY 2015: 106%).
Lark Group has strengthened its position in the marine sector with the acquisition of Euromarine Insurance Services, a specialist marine insurance intermediary and underwriting agent.
Revenue in insurance services at the AA fell to £131m (2015: £142m) with an increase in customer churn due to higher motor premiums the cause, according to the company’s results for the year ended 31 January 2016.
Towergate has agreed to sell a majority interest in Broker Network to its backer Highbridge for £46m, while reporting what CEO David Ross called a 'robust' income of £353m.