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The surge in mergers and acquisitions over the past few years has brought significant change to the insurance industry, which is reflected in Business Insurance’s rankings of industry firms.
The brokerage sector in particular continues to see larger firms buying up numerous smaller competitors and rolling them up into even bigger brokerages, bringing changes to our ranking of the World’s Largest Brokers and the Top 100 Brokers of U.S. Business.
In this special data and rankings issue of Business Insurance, we combine our proprietary rankings of brokers, wholesalers, surplus lines insurers, third-party administrators and more from the past year with other industry data to present a picture of an evolving market.
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Each year, Business Insurance ranks the 100 largest U.S. insurance brokerage firms. Below is our 2019 top 100 insurance broker ranking list for U.S. firms. Click the image to enlarge.