Making a decision to sell, whether in whole or in part, can be a difficult process. Lots of brokers that we speak to have spent many years building up their business and wish to see their legacy, brand, staff and premises intact post-sale. Some owners wish to stay on post-sale to ensure a smooth transition for their business and key clients who they have looked after over the years.
At The County Group, we have community broking at the heart of our strategy. We have acquired a number of insurance brokers in our 16 years history and seeking further acquisitions into the group to complement our organic growth of circa 30% per annum.
Why Choose The County Group?
- Over 30 years in-house experience in acquisitions
- We'll support you with your Marketing, Compliance, HR, Operations and IT
- High client retention and growth
- Your staff retained
- Choose to retire or stay at work
- Community broking strategy
- Insurance Broker of the Year 2017 at the British Insurance Awards
- Top 25 UK Broker
A word of our Group Acquisitions Manager, Keith Frost
If you are thinking of selling in the next few months or even in a few years, please contact us now for a confidential exploratory discussion with no obligation. It is extremely useful to know your plans even if they are some months or years away, so we can carefully plan our acquisition pipeline for the future.
We’ll also discuss how your business operates and your aspirations for the future – some sellers have found early discussions are beneficial to ensure the business is fine tuned for the exit strategy of preference.
When selling your brokerage, you can be confident that your business will be in safe hands moving forward and if you wish to remain a part of this journey we will be pleased to work with you. If you wish to speak to our previous acquisitions in your decision making process, we’ll be more than happy to facilitate this for you.
Contact Keith Frost Today
If you have any questions or would like an informal exploratory meeting, please do not hesitate to get in touch.