Aston Lark buys its fifth Irish broker this year
The British company continues its expansion into Irish market by acquiring AR Brassington & Co, one of Dublin’s oldest brokers
Aston Lark, the British insurance broker, has completed its fifth deal of the year in Ireland with the acquisition of AR Brassington & Co, one of Dublin’s oldest brokers, for an undisclosed fee.
The purchase continues Aston Lark’s rapid expansion in the Irish market which it first entered in March 2019.
AR Brassington & Co, a subsidiary of the ARB Group, was founded in 1929. It specialises in travel insurance and also...
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