Towergate makes Sunday Times' rich list

Towergate Underwriting Group has been listed in the Sunday Times as 17th in the list of British firms with the fastest growing profits.

With 83.11% growth over 4 years the Sunday Times commented: "The founders of Towergate Underwriting Group have been buying on a scale that Sir Elton John would be proud of." "By focusing on specialist markets and streamlining operations at acquired firms, profits have grown 83% a year from £1.5m in 1999 to £9.3m in 2002.”

Peter Cullum, group chairman commented “we are delighted to have been included this year based on our 2002 figures. We have consistently built our profits each year on the back of a robust business plan that satisfies the demands of our intermediaries and our clients. Our profits are not skewed by one-off purchases but truly reflect a clear trend of dramatic growth, year on year."

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