Brokerslink expands German footprint

Brokerslink has added a new German affiliate, Gossler, Gobert and Wolters to its global network.

Founded in 1758, GGW is the oldest insurance broker in continental Europe. Headquartered in Hamburg, the broker has over 1,200 employees and a nationwide presence with offices across the country, including Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Stuttgart and Munich.

Emanuel Wessel, managing partner at GGW, said: “Our core focus is to provide advice for German medium-sized businesses and industries, that have often been privately owned for generations and that typically have an international exposure. Thanks to our partnership with the independent brokers from the Brokerslink network, operating in over 130 countries, our strong international department in Hamburg will be able to improve the wide range of global services we are offering to our clients even further. We are looking forward to joining Brokerslink.”

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