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Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers & Acquisitions Insurance industry M&A activity has moved beyond just insurers and brokers. Other vendors to the industry--such as tech companies, claims adjusters and restoration firms--are consolidating dominant positions by buying companies that expand their service offerings and broaden their reach.
National brokerage expands through acquisition

National brokerage expands through acquisition

Brokerage expands in Ontario; plans more throughout Canada

Rhodes & Williams expands in Ottawa

Rhodes & Williams expands in Ottawa

How the Ottawa merger will play out for new addition Caiger-Watson

In-house claims handling a key feature in this merger deal

In-house claims handling a key feature in this merger deal

How Totten plans to leverage the claims experience of Anderson McTague

Marsh & McLennan Companies to acquire Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc

Marsh & McLennan Companies to acquire Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc

Marsh says deal accelerates its strategy to be “the preeminent” global risk firm

BrokerLink acquires Allied Insurance Services

BrokerLink acquires Allied Insurance Services

Terms of the sale were not disclosed

Hub acquires Saskatchewan brokerage

Hub acquires Saskatchewan brokerage

Hometown Insurance Brokers’ crop hail coverage supports Hub’s new agriculture specialty practice

U.S. insurance CEOs confident about growth

U.S. insurance CEOs confident about growth

New technologies and M&A will be critical for sustainable growth

RRJ Insurance Group acquires Henninger Insurance and Financial Services

RRJ Insurance Group acquires Henninger Insurance and Financial Services

The purchase is effective as of Aug. 31

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan acquires Kanetix Ltd.

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan acquires Kanetix Ltd.

Financial terms were not disclosed

Sirius International Insurance amends merger with Easterly Acquisition

Sirius International Insurance amends merger with Easterly Acquisition

Easterly will merge with and become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sirius Group