A platform built for success

Spring Partners brings together a management team of seasoned executives who have been at the forefront of many successful insurers and MGAs. They are talented self-made entrepreneurs and we use this knowledge and experience to develop compelling propositions for talented underwriting teams that can build a portfolio, and for existing MGAs that are seeking an investment partner to help them achieve their growth ambitions.

It makes Spring Partners an exciting destination for underwriters or teams of underwriters that are keen to drive value in their own businesses. It is a plug and play platform that has the appropriate infrastructure to power the journey to sustained success. Spring Partners empowers underwriting talent that wants to break away from the big corporate world where value is thinly spread and where politics stifles creativity and entrepreneurial freedom.

Insurers and Syndicates at Lloyds use Spring Partners and its progressive shareholder structure to target individuals and teams or make strategic acquisitions. This creates a perfect partnership where all the interests are aligned to sustainable profitability.

Helping you grow your own portfolio

"The current market turbulence offers a great opportunity for talented underwriters to work with Spring Partners to carve out a niche for themselves and gain an economic interest in their business."

Jeremy Miles, Chief Executive Officer

We're actively acquiring MGAs

"There are many examples of capacity providers that have entered the MGA market but now find these entities becoming non-core or a distraction. Spring Partners is actively acquiring MGAs, which then benefit from our central service model and guidance to achieve their growth aspirations."

Russell Kilpatrick, Chairman



Partnering with capacity providers

"Capacity provider partnerships are a key priority of our business. Brokers and clients are, of course, vital to the success of any MGA, but we aim to create positive capacity partner relationships over the long term."

Nathan Sewell, Director