Articles - Gallagher acquires in UK


 Arthur J. Gallagher & Co has announced the acquisition of Blenheim Park Ltd, headquartered in Croydon, UK. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

 Blenheim Park is a retail insurance broker operating in the United Kingdom that provides personal and commercial insurance coverage for their UK and European clients. Also operating as 'Intasure' and 'Quotedesk', they specialize in insurance coverage for their clients with vacation and second homes, and also handle small to medium size commercial businesses. Michael Farley and his associates will continue to operate from their current locations in Croydon and Tunbridge Wells, England under the direction of Des O'Connor, managing director of Gallagher Heath Insurance Service, Gallagher's London-based retail insurance broker.

 "Blenheim Park is another example of our success in finding partners that will add strength and depth to our UK operations," said J. Patrick Gallagher, Jr., chairman, president and ceo. "Their highly experienced team, strong expertise and geographic presence will be an excellent complement to our Gallagher Heath operations in London."
  

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