Brightside sees EBITDA improvements in broking business

Brendan McCafferty

Placing IQED into run-off has impacted 2019’s financial figures, but the business’s broking activity is showing positive growth

Broking business Brightside has published its financial results for the year ending December 2019, reporting adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of £5m – a £57m drop compared to 2018.

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