April Group makes UK acquisition


Wholesale broker April announces the finalization of the acquisition of Lexham Insurance, a British broker specializing in two-wheeler insurance.

The wholesale broker April continues its international acquisitions.

After Germany and Belgium, the Lyon brokerage group is now setting its sights on the United Kingdom. “The group today confirms its international development ambitions, particularly in the damage and two-wheeler insurance market, where we already have strong expertise in France and Spain,” explains Eric Maumy, President. from the group April.

Strengthen its presence in the United Kingdom

With the acquisition of Lexham Insurance, a two-wheeler specialist, April, already established across the Channel since 2012, is strengthening its presence on British territory. Founded in 2000, the Lexham broker now has more than 200 employees spread across its three offices in the United Kingdom.

“The common ambition of April and Lexham Insurance is to support the development of the Lexham brand on the British market by continuing to offer an increasingly differentiating insurance experience and a strong service approach,” assures the Lyon-based broker in a press release. Press. Marc-André Dupont, director of the April Dommage division, indicates that he has “started to identify the synergies that will allow [April] to create value on the European territory”. Finally, James Miller, the current CEO of Lexham will continue to lead the British broker.

This article is originally published on argusdelassurance.com


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