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Liverpool Victoria strengthens presence in affinity market

Liverpool Victoria is acquiring specialist provider of financial services and independent financial advice to the affinity sector Bishopscourt Financial Holdings for an undisclosed sum.

The life office says the purchase provides it with an accelerated consolidation of its presence in the affinity market.

Bishopscourt Financial Holdings chairman Mike Rutherford and group managing director Chris Wacey will join Liverpool Victoria&#39s management team with immediate effect.

Formal completion is anticipated toward the end of the year following regulatory approval.

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