All Hyperion articles

  • change

    Hyperion Insurance name disappears


    The Hyperion Insurance name is no more, as the broking firm has officially become Howden Group Holdings, it was announced today.

  • financial

    Moody’s affirms Hyperion debt rating in wake of A-Plan deal


    Moody’s has also assigned B2 ratings to the new £475 million guaranteed senior secured term loan facility being issued by Hyperion Refinance, and the £125 million guaranteed senior secured revolving credit facility being extended to September 2024 by HIG. The outlooks on all issuers are stable.

  • Investment

    Hg invests in Hyperion in a transaction valued at $5 billion


    Hg, a leading European investor in software and tech-enabled services businesses, today announces that it will make a significant long-term equity investment in Hyperion Insurance Group Limited (“Hyperion”), the international insurance intermediary. The transaction values the business at an enterprise value of around US$5 billion. In conjunction with an ...

  • David Howden Hyperion

    A-Plan deal a ‘stepping stone’ to further growth says David Howden


    Howden’s acquisition of Top 50 Brokers rival A-Plan Group will create a new £1bn challenger broker for the UK market, says Hyperion Insurance Group’s chief executive, David Howden. Speaking to Insurance Times , Howden says the acquisition will give the broking group genuine scale in the marketplace and turn ...