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BUPA International signs deal with Zurich International

BUPA International and Zurich International have announced a deal which will give customers of both companies access to a range of health and life products.

Both companies deal extensively through IFAs. BUPA says it does 70 per cent of its business in the UK through IFAs.

The agreement will see the establishment of a one-stop shop where both IFAs and customers will be able to benefit from a comprehensive range of products and services.

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