How UK broking is running out of ‘sweet spot’ deals amid fierce private equity competition

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Such deals have fallen significantly as competition from private equity has taken hold of the market

The number of ’sweet spot’ deals for buying brokers valued at between £5m and £25m decreased significantly last year, according to data pulled together from one of the UK’s leading M&A experts (see below).

IMAS’s 2019 review of UK distribution deals in 2019 shows that the sweet spots for deals - generally between £5m and £25m - are down amid fierce competition fuelled by private equity.

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