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世界の保険仲介業:世界における企業向け損害保険ブローカー上位150社の戦略的レビュー

Global Insurance Broking: A Strategic Review of the World's Top 150 Commercial Non-Life Insurance Brokers

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世界の保険仲介業:世界における企業向け損害保険ブローカー上位150社の戦略的レビュー Global Insurance Broking: A Strategic Review of the World's Top 150 Commercial Non-Life Insurance Brokers
出版日: 2014年10月01日 ページ情報: 英文 200 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界における企業向け損害保険ブローカーの上位150社に関する戦略的レビューを提供しています。

エグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 ブローカー上位150社の概要

  • イントロダクション
  • 拠点(国)
  • 究極の持ち株会社の所有状況
  • 総仲介収益
  • 総仲介収益の成長
  • 企業向け損害保険仲介収益
  • 企業向け損害保険仲介における世界市場のシェア
  • 総収入に占める企業向け損害保険仲介収益の比率
  • 企業向け損害保険仲介収益に占める国債収益の比率
  • 企業向け損害保険仲介における獲得数
  • 国際ブローカーネットワーク

第3章 ブローカー上位150社のプロファイル

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目次

Global Insurance Broking: A Strategic Review of the World's Top 150 Commercial Non-Life Insurance Brokers is the first-ever study providing a focused analysis of leading competitors in commercial lines broking worldwide. It leverages Finaccord's unrivalled knowledge of commercial non-life insurance broking across numerous countries to present not only a ranking of broking groups according to their actual or approximate total revenues generated from commercial lines in 2013 but also a series of analyses that further illustrate their presence in this arena. For each of the top 150 broking groups, these include: the percentage weighting of commercial non-life insurance broking revenues within total broking revenues; the number of countries in which they have offices; the percentage of commercial non-life insurance broking revenues derived from countries other than the groups' home markets; the number of acquisitions made that are relevant to their commercial lines broking operations over the 30 months from January 2012 to June 2014; and their main broker network affiliations (if any). Data is also provided for each group's total broking revenues in 2013 (i.e. including other sources such as personal lines, employee benefits, wholesale insurance and reinsurance) plus growth in total broking revenues in the same year relative to 2012.

Table of Contents

0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.0 INTRODUCTION

  • What is this report about
    • The study represents the first ever worldwide analysis of the top 150 commercial lines insurance brokers
  • Methodology
    • Research program
  • Definitions
    • Commercial non-life insurance
      • The focus is principally on commercial non-life insurance, excluding other types of business...
    • Brokers
    • and on genuine brokers, not multi-tied agencies or companies with a mixed operating model
  • Exchange rates
  • Finaccord

2.0 OVERVIEW OF THE TOP 150 BROKERS

  • Introduction
  • Country of headquarters
    • More than half of the world's largest 150 commercial non-life brokers are based in either the US or the UK...
  • Legal structure of ultimate holding company and the UHCs of most are owned privately (rather than being listed publicly on a stock market)
  • Ownership status of ultimate holding company
    • A number of the leading broking groups are controlled by banks, insurers or private equity firms
  • Total broking revenues in 2013
    • By total revenues, the duo of Aon and Marsh & McLennan Companies remain well ahead
  • Growth in total broking revenues in 2013
    • Over 40 broking groups achieved revenue growth of more than 10% in 2013
  • Commercial non-life broking revenues in 2013
    • 29 groups earned revenues of more than USD 100 million from commercial non-life broking in 2013
    • Multiple acquisitions made by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. will see it narrow the gap with Willis
  • Global market shares in commercial non-life broking in 2013
    • The three largest brokers account for more than a quarter of global commercial non-life broking revenues
  • Ratio of commercial non-life broking revenues to total revenues in 2013
    • 122 of the top 150 broking groups earn at least half of their total revenues from commercial lines broking with an unweighted average of 64.4% across the full sample
    • April Group, NFP and Swinton are the three brokerages least reliant on commercial non-life broking
  • Ratio of international revenues to commercial non-life broking revenues in 2013
    • Almost a third of the top 150 groups secure at least a proportion of their revenues from international markets
    • Willis, Howden Broking Group and JLT Group are the most internationally-diversified competitors
  • Number of acquisitions in commercial non-life broking, 2012 to H1 / 2014
    • 61 groups carried out at least one qualifying acquisition between January 2012 and June 2014 with Arthur J. Gallagher & Co, HUB International and Towergate the most acquisitive
  • International broker networks
    • Assurex Global has the highest share of members among the top 150 commercial lines brokers

3.0 PROFILES OF THE TOP 150 BROKERS

  • Introduction
  • 3.1 AA INSURANCE SERVICES
    • AA Insurance Services makes most of its revenues through personal insurance
  • 3.2 ACRISURE
    • Acrisure achieved extremely rapid growth in its total revenues in 2013
  • 3.3 ALIANÇA RIO
    • AlianÇa Rio's 18 subsidiaries are active across 40 Brazilian municipalities
  • 3.4 ALLIANT INSURANCE SERVICES
    • Alliant Insurance Services was bought by KKR in November 2012
  • 3.5 AON
    • Aon's retail brokerage experienced strong growth in Asia, emerging markets and the US in 2013 bolstered in part through having made several acquisitions
  • 3.6 APRIL GROUP
    • Across its diverse operations, April Group maintains offices in 37 countries
  • 3.7 ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER & CO.
    • In recent years, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. has been among the most acquisitive broking groups especially in the UK market
  • 3.8 ARTUS GRUPPE
    • Artus Gruppe operates as a holding company for several regional brokers and has a strong focus on medium-sized commercial clients in Germany
  • 3.9 ASCENSION INSURANCE
    • Ascension Insurance has a strong presence in several niche sectors in the US
  • 3.10 ASCOMA GROUP
    • Ascoma Group has a particularly strong presence in Africa
  • 3.11 ASSURANCE AGENCY
    • Schaumberg-based Assurance Agency has about 200 employees and 5,800 clients
  • 3.12 ASSUREDPARTNERS
    • Since its formation in 2011 AssuredPartners has set up more than 80 offices across 26 US states
  • 3.13 ASTON SCOTT
    • Aston Scott is prominent as a broker for the construction industry and the motor trade in the UK
  • 3.14 AU GROUP
    • AU Group is the largest specialist trade credit insurance broker in France
  • 3.15 AUSTBROKERS
    • Austbrokers owns or co-owns over 40 Australia-based broking companies and registered a strong increase in both revenues and net profit in 2013
  • 3.16 AUTONET INSURANCE SERVICES
    • Autonet Insurance ranks among the largest van insurance brokers in the UK
  • 3.17 AXELLIANCE GROUPE
    • Axelliance has financed multiple acquisitions with funds raised from external capital providers
  • 3.18 BANCORPSOUTH INSURANCE SERVICES
    • BancorpSouth Insurance Services has offices in eight states of the US
  • 3.19 BARNEY & BARNEY.
    • Barney & Barney was acquired by a subsidiary of Marsh in February 2014
  • 3.20 BB&T INSURANCE SERVICES
    • BBT&T Insurance Services is one of the largest insurance brokers in the US
  • 3.21 BEECHER CARLSON
    • Atlanta-based Beecher Carlson was acquired by Brown & Brown in July 2013
  • 3.22 BESSE
    • Bessé is traditionally strong on marine risks but has also grown its presence in several other segments
  • 3.23 BFL CANADA
    • The Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec made a major investment in BFL Canada in March 2014
  • 3.24 BLUEFIN
    • Bluefin acquired two commercial lines brokers in 2013 and another two in the first half of 2014
  • 3.25 BMB
    • Houston-based BMB maintains offices in Arkansas, Florida and Louisiana as well as Texas
  • 3.26 BOLLINGER INSURANCE
    • Bollinger Insurance was bought by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. in August 2013 having previously belonged to Evercore Partners
  • 3.27 BOLLINGTON INSURANCE BROKERS
    • The core clients of Bollington Insurance Brokers include care providers, charities and the motor trade and the group is also cultivating a number of affinity partnerships
  • 3.28 BOUCHARD INSURANCE
    • Bouchard Insurance has especially strong expertise in construction, healthcare and real estate
  • 3.29 BPL GLOBAL
    • BPL Global is a leading broker for political risk insurance worldwide
  • 3.30 BRASIL INSURANCE
    • Since listing on the São Paulo Stock Exchange in 2010 the company has made 25 acquisitions
  • 3.31 BRIGHTSIDE GROUP
    • The Brightside Group has a strong focus on small and medium-sized commercial clients
  • 3.32 BROADSTREET PARTNERS
    • BroadStreet Partners has grown through a large number of acquisitions since its foundation in 2001
  • 3.33 BROKERLINK INSURANCE BROKER
    • BrokerLink Insurance Broker is strong in Alberta, Atlantic Canada and Ontario
  • 3.34 BROWN & BROWN
    • About half of Brown & Brown's 7,000 employees work in its retail broking division and made the largest acquisition in its history in 2013 with the purchase of Beecher Carlson
  • 3.35 BÜCHNER BARELLA
    • BÜchner Barella followed its purchase of Inverma Gruppe in 2012 by acquiring GGR-Gruppe in 2013
  • 3.36 CAPACITY GROUP
    • Capacity Group has an especially strong presence in niche transportation insurance
  • 3.37 CBIZ BENEFITS & INSURANCE SERVICES
    • CBIZ is active across around 140 locations in the US and has increased its presence through several acquisitions in recent years
  • 3.38 CHARLES L. CRANE AGENCY
    • Based in St. Louis, Charles L. Crane Agency has offices in three US states
  • 3.39 CONCORDIA
    • Concordia's Dutch operations merged with De Keizer in 2012
  • 3.40 CONNER STRONG & BUCKELEW
    • Conner Strong & Buckelew opened its first New York office in May 2014
  • 3.41 COTTINGHAM & BUTLER
    • Dubuque-based Cottingham & Butler serves clients across 47 states in the US
  • 3.42 CROSS FINANCIAL
    • Cross Financial recorded the strongest revenue growth of any major broking groups in 2013
  • 3.43 CRYSTAL & COMPANY
    • Crystal & Company maintains nine offices across seven states in the US
  • 3.44 DALE PARIZEAU MORRIS MACKENZIE
    • Montreal-based Dale Parizeau Morris MacKenzie acquired Merlin Assurance in 2013
  • 3.45 DALTON TIMMIS INSURANCE GROUP
    • Dalton Timmis Insurance Group is a leading broker for transportation insurance in Canada
  • 3.46 DIOT
    • Owned by Groupe Burrus, Diot operates through 13 offices in France
  • 3.47 DR. SCHMIDT & ERDSIEK
    • Dr. Schmidt & Erdsiek endows its broking subsidiaries with considerable independence
  • 3.48 ECCLESIA GRUPPE
    • Ecclesia Gruppe is the largest indigenous commercial lines broker in Germany
  • 3.49 EPIC
    • Carlyle Group, a private equity firm, acquired a controlling stake in EPIC in November 2013 and helped it to buy a number of broking businesses in the following months
    • EPIC is a prominent provider of affinity schemes in the US
  • 3.50 ESSOR ASSURANCES
    • Essor Assurances serves about 100,000 personal and commercial customers across Quebec
  • 3.51 FILHET ALLARD
    • Filhet Allard is one of the leading commercial non-life insurance brokers in the south-west of France
  • 3.52 FINAXY
    • Since its creation in December 2008, Finaxy has expanded rapidly through acquisition
  • 3.53 FIRST NIAGARA RISK MANAGEMENT
    • First Niagara Risk Management bought Gernold Agency in the first half of 2014
  • 3.54 FRENKEL & CO.
    • While based in New York, Frenkel & Co. also has offices in three other major urban centres
  • 3.55 FUNK
    • Funk has expanded its presence into several European countries in recent years
  • 3.56 GGW GRUPPE
    • Hamburg-based GGW Gruppe acquired Glauerdt in 2013
  • 3.57 GILES INSURANCE BROKERS
    • Giles Insurance Brokers was acquired by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. in the final quarter of 2013
  • 3.58 GRAS SAVOYE
    • Willis maintains an option to acquire full ownership of Gras Savoye in 2016 which would provide it with a market-leading position in France and offices across around 130 countries
  • 3.59 GRECO JLT
    • GrECo JLT has invested significantly in central, eastern and south-eastern Europe in recent years
  • 3.60 GRIFFITHS & ARMOUR
    • Griffithts & Armour has especially strong expertise in the area of professional indemnity insurance
  • 3.61 GROUPE SATEC
    • Groupe SATEC handled around EUR 250 million in premiums in 2013
  • 3.62 GROUPE SFS
    • Groupe SFS operates over 50 offices, many of which are outside of France itself
  • 3.63 GRUPPO ASSITECA
    • Gruppo Assiteca is present in 26 cities in Italy and four in Spain
  • 3.64 GRUPPO GPA
    • Gruppo GPA was acquired by Italian rival Gruppo Assiteca in December 2013
  • 3.65 HAYS COMPANIES
    • Minneapolis-based Hays Companies maintains 35 offices across the US
  • 3.66 HEFFERNAN INSURANCE BROKERS
    • Heffernan Insurance Brokers has branches in California, Missouri, New York and Oregon
  • 3.67 HENDERSON INSURANCE BROKERS
    • Henderson Insurance Brokers is especially strong in agriculture, construction and real estate
  • 3.68 HIGGINBOTHAM & ASSOCIATES
    • Higginbotham & Associates has made three acquisitions relevant to commercial lines since 2013
  • 3.69 HOLMES MURPHY & ASSOCIATES
    • Holmes Murphy & Associates is a major broker in the mid-west and south-west regions of the US
  • 3.70 HOWDEN BROKING GROUP
    • Howden Broking Group is one of the world's most internationally diversified brokers and only derives around 20% of its commercial lines revenues from the UK
    • In recent years, it has bought brokers in Brazil, Chile, Hong Kong, Israel and Norway
  • 3.71 HUB INTERNATIONAL
    • HUB International was bought by Hellman & Friedman for USD 4.4 billion in October 2013 and has been making acquisitions itself at a rapid rate both before and after this transaction
  • 3.72 HUNTINGTON
    • Huntington is particularly strong in construction, healthcare, hotels and restaurants, and the public sector
  • 3.73 HYLANT
    • Toledo-based Hylant maintains offices in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee
  • 3.74 IMA FINANCIAL GROUP
    • Wichita-based IMA Financial Group remains owned by its employees
  • 3.75 INDWE RISK SERVICES
    • Indwe Risk Services has more than 120,000 personal and commercial clients in South Africa
  • 3.76 INSURANCE OFFICE OF AMERICA
    • Insurance Office of America was approved as a Lloyd's of London registered broker in January 2014
  • 3.77 INSUREBC
    • In recent years, InsureBC has expanded into both the Netherlands and the US through acquisition
  • 3.78 INSURICA
    • INSURICA has finalised three acquisitions since the beginning of 2014
  • 3.79 INTEGRO
    • Since its creation in 2005 the company has expanded into six other US states and the UK
  • 3.80 INTERWEST INSURANCE SERVICES
    • Specialist areas include construction, educational institutions, financial institutions and healthcare providers
  • 3.81 ITAL BROKERS
    • The shipping industry is a traditional area of strength for Genoa-based Ital Brokers
  • 3.82 J. SMITH LANIER
    • J. Smith Lanier is an important broker in south-eastern states of the US
  • 3.83 JELF
    • Jelf Group is active through a network of over 30 offices in the UK
  • 3.84 JIANG TAI INSURANCE BROKER
    • Jiang Tai Insurance Broker operates through 45 branches across China
  • 3.85 JLT Group
    • A majority of JLT Group's revenues are generated through commercial lines broking
    • Next to the UK, Australia is one of the group's greatest areas of strength
  • 3.86 KEENAN & ASSOCIATES
    • Keenan & Associates is a major provider of insurance for public agencies and the healthcare sector
  • 3.87 KESSLER
    • Kessler serves 36 of the 100 largest companies in Switzerland and has served as a strategic partner of Marsh since 1998
  • 3.88 KUNLUN INSURANCE BROKERS
    • Kunlun Insurance Brokers is the largest broker of energy-related insurance in China
  • 3.89 LARK
    • Lark grew both revenues and profit in the first full year following its management buy-out
  • 3.90 LAWLEY SERVICE
    • Lawley Service has a strong focus on the state of New York
  • 3.91 LEAVITT GROUP
    • The Leavitt Group acquired United Valley Insurance Services in June 2013
  • 3.92 LEUE & NILL
    • Leue & Nill transacts most of its business with medium-sized companies in Germany
  • 3.93 LMC INSURANCE & RISK MANAGEMENT
    • LMC operates as a holding company with five wholly-owned subsidiaries across Iowa, Illinois and Ohio
  • 3.94 LOCKTON
    • Globally, Lockton serves around 41,000 clients across 64 locations in 17 countries and has bolstered its presence recently through acquisitions in Australia and the UK
  • 3.95 LOVITT & TOUCHE
    • Lovitt & Touché has especially strong expertise in the beverage, construction, healthcare and real estate
  • 3.96 LYCETTS
    • Lycetts has built up a strong reputation as an insurance provider for rural commercial risks
  • 3.97 MAG JLT
    • MAG JLT came into being in its current form when JLT Group acquired a 25% stake in it
  • 3.98 MAHONEY GROUP
    • Mahoney Group's 13 offices are located across California, Nevada and New Mexico as well as Arizona
  • 3.99 MARCH-JLT
    • March-JLT's specialty capabilities include construction, marine and cargo, and tourism
  • 3.100 MARSH
    • The commercial lines broking revenues of Marsh increased by almost 4% in 2013 and most of this was generated organically although with some help from acquisitions
    • Further selective purchases of brokerages were made in the first half of 2014
  • 3.101 MARSHALL & STERLING
    • Marshall & Sterling is licensed in all 50 states and the US Virgin Islands
  • 3.102 MARTENS & PRAHL
    • Martens & Prahl operates as a central holding company for about 90 different broking entities in Germany
  • 3.103 MDS
    • MDS is a key player in the commercial non-life insurance markets of Brazil and Portugal
  • 3.104 MESIROW INSURANCE SERVICES
    • Mesirow Insurance Services is overwhelmingly focused on commercial lines insurance
  • 3.105 MESTERHEIDE UNTERNEHMENSGRUPPE
    • Alsfeld-based Mesterheide Unternehmensgruppe serves about 5,000 clients in Germany
  • 3.106 MHBT
    • MHBT acquired Mims & Smith Insurance Associates in December 2013
  • 3.107 MILLER INSURANCE SERVICES
    • Miller Insurance Services earns a majority of its revenues from wholesale insurance and reinsurance
  • 3.108 MORETON & COMPANY
    • Moreton & Company is a major commercial lines broker active in Colorado and Idaho as well as Utah
  • 3.109 NCI
    • NCI is the leading broker of trade credit insurance in Australasia and was acquired from QBE by Steadfast Group in July 2013
  • 3.110 NFP
    • NFP was purchased by Madison Dearborn Partners, a private equity firm, in 2013 and has itself made a series of its own acquisitions in recent years
  • 3.111 NORAXIS
    • Noraxis operates out of 23 offices in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario and was acquired by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. in May 2014
  • 3.112 NORDWEST ASSEKURANZ
    • Nordwest Assekuranz has particular expertise in the energy and MAT insurance sectors
  • 3.113 OAMPS INSURANCE BROKERS
    • OAMPS is active in New Zealand and the UK as well as Australia and was acquired from Wesfarmers by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. in 2014
  • 3.114 OSKAR SCHUNCK
    • Oskar Schunck is one of the largest brokers of transport and logistics insurance in Germany
  • 3.115 OVAL
    • Oval is another broking group to have been purchased by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. in recent months
  • 3.116 PAMCARY
    • The customer base of Pamcary is made up of about 5,000 companies, many from the transportation sector
  • 3.117 PAYCHEX INSURANCE AGENCY
    • Paychex Insurance Agency generates most of its revenue outside commercial non-life insurance
  • 3.118 PAYNEWEST
    • Missoula-based PayneWest was formed as recently as September 2012 through a two-way merger
  • 3.119 RCM&D
    • RCM&D operates out of six locations in the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia
  • 3.120 REGIONS INSURANCE GROUP
    • Regions Insurance Group became a part of Regions Financial Corporation in 2001
  • 3.121 RISK STRATEGIES
    • Kohlberg & Company has reserved substantial equity capital to boost further the growth of Risk Strategies
  • 3.122 RKH GROUP
    • RKH Group is the fifth-largest producer of direct premiums for Lloyd's of London
  • 3.123 SAA VERZEKERINGEN
    • SAA Verzekeringen has a strong focus on MAT and motor insurance plus agricultural policies
  • 3.124 SCHOUTEN ZEKERHEID
    • Schouten Zekerheid secures a quite high percentage of its revenues from its Germany-based subsidiary
  • 3.125 SCOTT INSURANCE
    • Scott Insurance has strong expertise in facilitating captive insurance solutions
  • 3.126 SIACI SAINT-HONORE
    • Siaci Saint-Honoré is a leading French broker for marine, transport, logistics and supply chain risks and has also opened offices in Bangkok, Calgary, Dubai and Shanghai
  • 3.127 SIMPLY BUSINESS
    • Since launch, Simply Business has built up a book of around 225,000 small business customers and is now owned by its management and AnaCap Financial Partners, a private equity firm
  • 3.128 SÖDERBERG & PARTNERS
    • Söderberg & Partners has grown rapidly to become a key player in Swedish commercial lines
  • 3.129 STARKWEATHER & SHEPLEY
    • Starkweather & Shepley has particular expertise in marine insurance and surety bonds
  • 3.130 STERLINGRISK
    • SterlingRisk has developed affinity programs in a number of diverse sectors
  • 3.131 SÜDVERS-GRUPPE
    • SÜDVERS-GRUPPE has achieved some growth through purchasing client portfolios from other brokers and holds a 25% equity stake in Austria-based Koban SÜdvers
  • 3.132 SWINTON GROUP
    • Swinton Group insures about 75,000 small business customers in the UK although generates most of its revenues from personal lines
  • 3.133 THE GRAHAM COMPANIES
    • The firm has particular expertise in construction, healthcare, mechanical engineering and real estate
  • 3.134 THE HORTON GROUP
    • Construction, mechanical engineering, food and healthcare are key sectors for The Horton Group
  • 3.135 TOWERGATE
    • Towergate is the UK's largest independently-owned insurance intermediary and has begun rationalising the large number of brands that it has acquired in recent years
  • 3.136 TRUENORTH
    • TrueNorth has especially strong expertise in the area of insurance for transportation infrastructure
  • 3.137 UNION INSURANCE BROKER
    • Union Insurance Broker is the leading broker of insurance for the Chinese education sector
  • 3.138 UNIROBE MEEUS GROEP
    • Unirobe Meeùs has been created through a series of mergers dating back to 2002
  • 3.139 USI INSURANCE SERVICES
    • USI Insurance Services has been one of the more acquisitive broking groups in recent years and was itself bought by Onex Corporation in November 2012
  • 3.140 VANBREDA RISK & BENEFITS
    • Vanbreda Risk & Benefits maintains offices in Luxembourg and the Netherlands as well as in Belgium
  • 3.141 VERLINGUE
    • Acquisition of De Clarens in January 2014 has boosted the position of Verlingue in France
  • 3.142 VERSPIEREN
    • Almost 70% of the total broking revenues of Verspieren are due to commercial lines
  • 3.143 WELLS FARGO INSURANCE SERVICES
    • The broking revenues of Wells Fargo Insurance Services fell back somewhat in 2013 and may decline further in 2014 following the sale of over 40 offices to a rival broker
  • 3.144 WESTERN FINANCIAL GROUP
    • Western Financial Group has belonged to Desjardins Group since April 2011 although it has made several acquisitions since then
  • 3.145 WILLIAM GALLAGHER
    • Biotechnology, electronic and healthcare are among the key sectors for William Gallagher
  • 3.146 WILLIS
    • Willis generates around 90% of its commercial lines broking revenues from outside of the UK and achieved especially strong growth in Latin America in 2013
    • Even without Gras Savoye, the company is present in numerous territories around the world
  • 3.147 WOODRUFF-SAWYER
    • Woodruff-Sawyer has especially strong expertise in real estate, venture capital and wine production
  • 3.148 WORTHAM
    • Wortham is a major insurance broker for commercial clients in Texas
  • 3.149 YINGDA CHANGAN INSURANCE BROKERS
    • Yingda Changan Insurance Brokers is especially strong among Chinese utilities companies
  • 3.150 ZICHT
    • The Zicht brand was first introduced in June 2011 for use across more than 20 offices in the Netherlands

LIST OF GRAPHICS / TABLES

  • 0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • The top ten broking groups accounted for 40% of global commercial non-life broking revenues in 2013
  • 1.0 INTRODUCTION
  • 2.0 OVERVIEW OF THE TOP 150 BROKERS
  • Segmentation of the top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers in 2013 by country of headquarters
  • Segmentation of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers in 2013 by legal status of ultimate holding company
  • Segmentation of the top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers in 2013 by sector of ultimate holding company
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by total revenues, 2013
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by total revenues, 2013 (continued)
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by total revenues, 2013 (continued)
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by growth in total revenues, 2013
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by growth in total revenues, 2013 (continued)
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by growth in total revenues, 2013 (continued)
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by estimated commercial non-life broking revenues, 2013
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by commercial non-life broking revenues, 2013 (continued)
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by commercial non-life broking revenues, 2013 (continued)
  • Approximate global market shares of the top ten commercial non-life insurance brokers, 2013
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by proportion of total revenues due
  • commercial non-life insurance broking, 2013
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by proportion of total revenues due
  • commercial non-life insurance broking, 2013 (continued)
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by proportion of total revenues due
  • commercial non-life insurance broking, 2013 (continued)
  • Top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by total revenues plotted against proportion of total revenues due to commercial non-life insurance broking, 2013
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by proportion of commercial non-life broking revenues due to international markets, 2013
  • Top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by commercial non-life broking revenues plotted against proportion due to international markets, 2013
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by number of known acquisitions in commercial non-life insurance broking, 2012 to H1 2014
  • Ranking of top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by number of known acquisitions in commercial non-life insurance broking, 2012 to H1 2014 (continued)
  • Top 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers by commercial non-life broking revenues in 2013 plotted against number of known acquisitions in commercial non-life insurance broking, 2012 to H1 2014
  • Share of international broker networks of members ranked among the world's leading 150 commercial non-life insurance brokers
  • 3.0 PROFILES OF THE TOP 150 BROKERS
  • 3.1 AA INSURANCE SERVICES
  • AA Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.2 ACRISURE
  • Acrisure: key facts
  • 3.3 ALIANÇA RIO
  • AlianÇa Rio: key facts
  • 3.4 ALLIANT INSURANCE SERVICES
  • Alliant Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.5 AON
  • Aon: key facts
  • 3.6 APRIL GROUP
  • April Group: key facts
  • 3.7 ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER & CO.
  • Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.: key facts
  • 3.8 ARTUS GRUPPE
  • Artus Gruppe: key facts
  • 3.9 ASCENSION INSURANCE
  • Ascension Insurance: key facts
  • 3.10 ASCOMA GROUP
  • Ascoma Group: key facts
  • 3.11 ASSURANCE AGENCY
  • Assurance Agency: key facts
  • 3.12 ASSUREDPARTNERS
  • AssuredPartners: key facts
  • 3.13 ASTON SCOTT
  • Aston Scott: key facts
  • 3.14 AU GROUP
  • AU Group: key facts
  • 3.15 AUSTBROKERS
  • Austbrokers: key facts
  • 3.16 AUTONET INSURANCE SERVICES
  • Autonet Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.17 AXELLIANCE GROUPE
  • Axelliance Groupe: key facts
  • 3.18 BANCORPSOUTH INSURANCE SERVICES
  • BancorpSouth Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.19 BARNEY & BARNEY
  • Barney & Barney: key facts
  • 3.20 BB&T INSURANCE SERVICES
  • BB&T Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.21 BEECHER CARLSON
  • Beecher Carlson: key facts
  • 3.22 BESSE
  • Bessé: key facts
  • 3.23 BFL CANADA
  • BFL Canada: key facts
  • 3.24 BLUEFIN
  • Bluefin: key facts
  • 3.25 BMB
  • BMB: key facts
  • 3.26 BOLLINGER INSURANCE
  • Bollinger Insurance: key facts
  • 3.27 BOLLINGTON INSURANCE BROKERS
  • Bollington Insurance Brokers: key facts
  • 3.28 BOUCHARD INSURANCE
  • Bouchard Insurance: key facts
  • 3.29 BPL GLOBAL
  • BPL Global: key facts
  • 3.30 BRASIL INSURANCE
  • Brasil Insurance: key facts
  • 3.31 BRIGHTSIDE GROUP
  • Brightside Group: key facts
  • 3.32 BROADSTREET PARTNERS
  • Broadstreet Partners: key facts
  • 3.33 BROKERLINK INSURANCE BROKER
  • BrokerLink Insurance Broker: key facts
  • 3.34 BROWN & BROWN
  • Brown & Brown: key facts
  • 3.35 BÜCHNER BARELLA
  • BÜchner Barella: key facts
  • 3.36 CAPACITY GROUP
  • Capacity Group: key facts
  • 3.37 CBIZ BENEFITS & INSURANCE SERVICES
  • CBIZ Benefits & Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.38 CHARLES L. CRANE AGENCY
  • Charles L. Crane Agency: key facts
  • 3.39 CONCORDIA
  • Concordia: key facts
  • 3.40 CONNER STRONG & BUCKELEW
  • Conner Strong & Buckelew: key facts
  • 3.41 COTTINGHAM & BUTLER
  • Cottingham & Butler: key facts
  • 3.42 CROSS FINANCIAL
  • Cross Financial: key facts
  • 3.43 CRYSTAL & COMPANY
  • Crystal & Company: key facts
  • 3.44 DALE PARIZEAU MORRIS MACKENZIE
  • Dale Parizeau Morris MacKenzie: key facts
  • 3.45 DALTON TIMMIS INSURANCE GROUP
  • Dalton Timmis Insurance Group: key facts
  • 3.46 DIOT
  • Diot: key facts
  • 3.47 DR. SCHMIDT & ERDSIEK
  • Dr. Schmidt & Erdsiek: key facts
  • 3.48 ECCLESIA GRUPPE
  • Ecclesia Gruppe: key facts
  • 3.49 EPIC
  • EPIC: key facts
  • 3.50 ESSOR ASSURANCES
  • Essor Assurances: key facts
  • 3.51 FILHET ALLARD
  • Filhet Allard: key facts
  • 3.52 FINAXY
  • Finaxy: key facts
  • 3.53 FIRST NIAGARA RISK MANAGEMENT
  • First Niagara Risk Management: key facts
  • 3.54 FRENKEL & CO.
  • Frenkel & Co.: key facts
  • 3.55 FUNK
  • Funk: key facts
  • 3.56 GGW GRUPPE
  • GGW Gruppe: key facts
  • 3.57 GILES INSURANCE BROKERS
  • Giles Insurance Brokers: key facts
  • 3.58 GRAS SAVOYE
  • Gras Savoye: key facts
  • 3.59 GRECO JLT
  • GrECo JLT: key facts
  • 3.60 GRIFFITHS & ARMOUR
  • Griffiths & Armour: key facts
  • 3.61 GROUPE SATEC
  • Groupe SATEC: key facts
  • 3.62 GROUPE SFS
  • Groupe SFS: key facts
  • 3.63 GRUPPO ASSITECA
  • Gruppo Assiteca: key facts
  • 3.64 GRUPPO GPA
  • Broker profile: Gruppo GPA
  • 3.65 HAYS COMPANIES
  • Hays Companies: key facts
  • 3.66 HEFFERNAN INSURANCE BROKERS
  • Heffernan Insurance Brokers: key facts
  • 3.67 HENDERSON INSURANCE BROKERS
  • Henderson Insurance Brokers: key facts
  • 3.68 HIGGINBOTHAM & ASSOCIATES
  • Higginbotham & Associates: key facts
  • 3.69 HOLMES MURPHY & ASSOCIATES
  • Holmes Murphy & Associates: key facts
  • 3.70 HOWDEN BROKING GROUP
  • Howden Broking Group: key facts
  • 3.71 HUB INTERNATIONAL
  • HUB International : key facts
  • 3.72 HUNTINGTON
  • Huntington: key facts
  • 3.73 HYLANT
  • Hylant: key facts
  • 3.74 IMA FINANCIAL GROUP
  • IMA Financial Group: key facts
  • 3.75 INDWE RISK SERVICES
  • Indwe Risk Services: key facts
  • 3.76 INSURANCE OFFICE OF AMERICA
  • Insurance Office of America: key facts
  • 3.77 INSUREBC
  • InsureBC: key facts
  • 3.78 INSURICA
  • INSURICA: key facts
  • 3.79 INTEGRO
  • Integro: key facts
  • 3.80 INTERWEST INSURANCE SERVICES
  • InterWest Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.81 ITAL BROKERS
  • Ital Brokers: key facts
  • 3.82 J. SMITH LANIER
  • J. Smith Lanier: key facts
  • 3.83 JELF
  • Jelf: key facts
  • 3.84 JIANG TAI INSURANCE BROKER
  • Jiang Tai Insurance Broker: key facts
  • 3.85 JLT Group
  • JLT Group: key facts
  • 3.86 KEENAN & ASSOCIATES
  • Keenan & Associates: key facts
  • 3.87 KESSLER
  • Kessler: key facts
  • 3.88 KUNLUN INSURANCE BROKERS
  • Kunlun Insurance Brokers: key facts
  • 3.89 LARK
  • Lark: key facts
  • 3.90 LAWLEY SERVICE
  • Lawley Service: key facts
  • 3.91 LEAVITT GROUP
  • Leavitt Group: key facts
  • 3.92 LEUE & NILL
  • Leue & Nill: key facts
  • 3.93 LMC INSURANCE & RISK MANAGEMENT
  • LMC Insurance & Risk Management: key facts
  • 3.94 LOCKTON
  • Lockton: key facts
  • 3.95 LOVITT & TOUCHE
  • Lovitt & Touché: key facts
  • 3.96 LYCETTS
  • Lycetts: key facts
  • 3.97 MAG JLT
  • MAG JLT: key facts
  • 3.98 MAHONEY GROUP
  • Mahoney Group: key facts
  • 3.99 MARCH-JLT
  • March-JLT: key facts
  • 3.100 MARSH
  • Marsh: key facts
  • 3.101 MARSHALL & STERLING
  • Marshall & Sterling: key facts
  • 3.102 MARTENS & PRAHL
  • Martens & Prahl: key facts
  • 3.103 MDS
  • MDS: key facts
  • 3.104 MESIROW INSURANCE SERVICES
  • Mesirow Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.105 MESTERHEIDE UNTERNEHMENSGRUPPE
  • Mesterheide Unternehmensgruppe: key facts
  • 3.106 MHBT
  • MHBT: key facts
  • 3.107 MILLER INSURANCE SERVICES
  • Miller Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.108 MORETON & COMPANY
  • Moreton & Company : key facts
  • 3.109 NCI
  • NCI: key facts
  • 3.110 NFP
  • NFP: key facts
  • 3.111 NORAXIS
  • Noraxis: key facts
  • 3.112 NORDWEST ASSEKURANZ
  • Nordwest Assekuranz: key facts
  • 3.113 OAMPS INSURANCE BROKERS
  • OAMPS Insurance Brokers: key facts
  • 3.114 OSKAR SCHUNCK
  • Oskar Schunck: key facts
  • 3.115 OVAL
  • Oval: key facts
  • 3.116 PAMCARY
  • Pamcary: key facts
  • 3.117 PAYCHEX INSURANCE AGENCY
  • Paychex Insurance Agency: key facts
  • 3.118 PAYNEWEST
  • PayneWest: key facts
  • 3.119 RCM&D
  • RCM&D: key facts
  • 3.120 REGIONS INSURANCE GROUP
  • Regions Insurance Group: key facts
  • 3.121 RISK STRATEGIES
  • Risk Strategies: key facts
  • 3.122 RKH GROUP
  • RKH Group: key facts
  • 3.123 SAA VERZEKERINGEN
  • SAA Verzekeringen: key facts
  • 3.124 SCHOUTEN ZEKERHEID
  • Schouten Zekerheid: key facts
  • 3.125 SCOTT INSURANCE
  • Scott Insurance: key facts
  • 3.126 SIACI SAINT-HONORE
  • Siaci Saint-Honoré: key facts
  • 3.127 SIMPLY BUSINESS
  • Simply Business: key facts
  • 3.128 SÖDERBERG & PARTNERS
  • Söderberg & Partners: key facts
  • 3.129 STARKWEATHER & SHEPLEY
  • Starkweather & Shepley: key facts
  • 3.130 STERLINGRISK
  • SterlingRisk: key facts
  • 3.131 SÜDVERS-GRUPPE
  • SÜDVERS-GRUPPE: key facts
  • 3.132 SWINTON GROUP
  • Swinton Group: key facts
  • 3.133 THE GRAHAM COMPANIES
  • The Graham Companies: key facts
  • 3.134 THE HORTON GROUP
  • The Horton Group: key facts
  • 3.135 TOWERGATE
  • Towergate: key facts
  • 3.136 TRUENORTH
  • TrueNorth: key facts
  • 3.137 UNION INSURANCE BROKER
  • Union Insurance Broker: key facts
  • 3.138 UNIROBE MEEUS GROEP
  • Unirobe Meeùs Groep: key facts
  • 3.139 USI INSURANCE SERVICES
  • USI Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.140 VANBREDA RISK & BENEFITS
  • Vanbreda Risk & Benefits: key facts
  • 3.141 VERLINGUE
  • Verlingue: key facts
  • 3.142 VERSPIEREN
  • Verspieren: key facts
  • 3.143 WELLS FARGO INSURANCE SERVICES
  • Wells Fargo Insurance Services: key facts
  • 3.144 WESTERN FINANCIAL GROUP
  • Western Financial Group: key facts
  • 3.145 WILLIAM GALLAGHER
  • William Gallagher: key facts
  • 3.146 WILLIS
  • Willis: key facts
  • 3.147 WOODRUFF-SAWYER
  • Woodruff-Sawyer: key facts
  • 3.148 WORTHAM
  • Wortham: key facts
  • 3.149 YINGDA CHANGAN INSURANCE BROKERS
  • Yingda Changan Insurance Brokers: key facts
  • 3.150 ZICHT
  • Zicht: key facts
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