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Go Private link-up with Pioneer Friendly Society

Go Private, the wholly owned subsidiary of healthcare provider Exeter Friendly Society, has established an affiliation agreement with income protection specialist Pioneer Friendly Society to offer a health cash plan option with its policies.

The joint venture will be available to all new and existing Pioneer policyholders and will offer them self-pay hospital products, loans for treatment and discounted health screening. Pioneer markets its income protection plan solely through IFAs.

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