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Permanent Health award

Medical insurer the Permanent Health Company has won a Deloitte & Touche Indy 100 award for being one of the UK&#39s fastest-growing businesses.

The competition examined the growth rates of 6,100 middle-market companies with turnovers between £15m and £100m and ranked Permanent Health fourth. PHC won the award as its turnover more than doubled every year for the last four years.

The competition was run jointly by professional services firm Deloitte & Touche and The Independent on Sunday. Winners were chosen by University of Warwick Professor David Storey using Deloitte & Touch research.

PHC managing director John Stafford says: “The Permanent Health Company is delighted to receive a Deloitte & Touche Indy 100 award. The awards are a showcase for fast growing businesses, recognising our ability to provide a unique service to customers as well as our flexibility in a constantly changing and demanding marketplace.”

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