A 12-month, multimillion pound transformation and change project has seen Vantage Holdings morph into the newly rebranded Kingfisher Holdings. Insurance Times gets the details from the firm’s group chief executive
Last week, Vantage Holdings group chief executive Jacquie Boast announced that the broking and underwriting business had undergone a 12-month, multimillion pound transformation and change programme.
A key facet of this project was a re-brand, into the new Kingfisher Holdings, which has some very ambitious growth plans; Boast tells Insurance Times that the Kingfisher group aims to bump its current £125m gross written premium (GWP) up to £500m within the next four years using a combination of organic growth and acquisitions, building market share within its specialty business verticals.
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