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    Top 50 Brokers 2011: 31-40

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    Profiles of brokers ranked 31-40 including interactive branch maps

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    Top 50 Brokers 2011: 41-50

    2011-09-27T09:21:00Z

    Profiles of brokers ranked 41-50 interactive including branch maps

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    Top 50 Brokers: Group Direct

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    Group Direct Branches View Group Direct in a larger map

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    Top 50 Brokers: CJ Coleman

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    CJ Coleman Branches View CJ Coleman in a larger map

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    Top 50 Brokers: Arthur J Gallagher

    2011-08-31T00:00:00Z

    Management: Dynamic international chief executive David Ross is on a mission to make the UK operation of US giant Gallagher a major force in British broking. He’s well on the way – the £97m acquisition in May of Heath Lambert has parachuted the company into this year’s top 10. The ...

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    Top 50 Brokers: 32nd Price Forbes

    2011-08-31T00:00:00Z

    Management: Chief executive Michael Donegan joined following the merger of Price Forbes with Prentice Donegan and Partners in 2004. Price Forbes was part of Marsh until an MBO in 2006. Expertise: The 200-strong, London and Bermuda-based broker specialises in cargo and fine art, construction, energy, nuclear, marine, mining, property, reinsurance ...

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    Top 50 Brokers 2011: 6th Towergate

    2011-08-31T00:00:00Z

    Management: With Towergate’s larger-than-life founding duo taking a back seat, the consolidator – and perhaps the insurance industry – will never be quite the same. Peter Cullum has stepped down from chairman to non-executive deputy chair, and been replaced by Admiral chairman Alastair Lyons, while Andy Homer is due to ...

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    Top 50 Brokers 2011: 3rd Marsh

    2011-08-31T00:00:00Z

    Management: Having returned to Marsh UK in 2007 to drag the company back into profit, chief executive Martin South has set himself the bold target of transforming the British division into a $1bn (£622m) business with a 20-point margin in three to five years. Yet despite last year’s aggressive acquisition ...

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    Top 50 Brokers 2011: 5th SAGA/Automobile Association

    2011-08-31T00:00:00Z

    Management: Having led a management buyout at Saga, when Saga and AA merged in 2007 to form Acromas, Andrew Goodsell became chief executive of the combined entity, which comprises AA Insurance and the broker of insurance products to over-50s. The merger came as the two companies were acquired in a ...

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    Top 50 Brokers 2011: 7th BGL Group

    2011-08-31T00:00:00Z

    Management: As part of chief executive Peter Winslow’s restructure of the multi-brand group in July, Kal Atwal and Martin Overton joined the main board. Paul Galligan, previously director for BGL bike insurer Bennetts, replaces Atwal as boss of the meercat-marketed Comparethemarket. She will now run Bennetts and Courtanet, the French ...