Top 75 MGAs 2023: £20m - £30m

MGA banding 20-30m

Brown & Brown, Countrywide Legal Indemnities, Prestige Underwriting, Ripe, Simply Business and Zego achieved MGA/MGU revenues between £20m and £30 from UK-based non-life risks in 2022.

Brown & Brown, including Global Risk Partners and BdB, appears on the list thanks to the group’s main MGA-MGU activities dealing in UK-based non-life risks in 2022. Camberford Underwriting, Decus

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