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Chairman mulls Global Risk Partners sale – reports

Chairman mulls Global Risk Partners sale – reports | Insurance Business

Chairman mulls Global Risk Partners sale – reports

Peter Cullum, the name behind Towergate who co-founded Global Risk Partners (GRP) in 2013, is said to be meeting with potential buyers of the UK insurance intermediary group. Cullum is both GRP’s chairman and largest individual shareholder.

A report by The Mail on Sunday, without citing reasons why the offloading is being considered, said the British businessman is in talks with the likes of Apollo Global Management and Centerbridge as well as private equity firms CVC Capital Partners and Apax Partners.

Read more: Global Risk Partners reports “impressive growth trajectory” in 2019

The possible sale is estimated to be worth around £800 million, the figure being approached by GRP’s run rate gross written premium as reported by the group on December 30, 2019. Last year GRP made 18 acquisitions.

We will bring you more on this story as it unfolds.