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North London PMI adviser joins forces with The PrivateHealth Partnership

Valerie Levene Private Medical Insurance Adviser in North London has merged with The Private Health Partnership, part of the Skipton Building Society group in a bid to reduce the pressures of increasing compliance regulation.

The Levene business was set up in 1993, servicing more than 350 company healthcare schemes. Her business will take on The Private Health Partnership brand with Levene retaining a hands on role with new and existing clients.

The Private Health Partnership director Peter Bye says: “Future regulation will add greater pressures and costs on the smaller intermediary and I can see many more intermediaries looking at ways to help them spread the burden of compliance.”

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