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Point One expands into healthcare

Bankhall owned support services provider Point One is expanding its range of services into healthcare covering PHI, PMI and group risk schemes.

The provider panel for the new service includes Bupa, Norwich Union Healthcare, Unum, Swiss Life, PPP Healthcare and Standard Life Healthcare.

Point One has also announced Scottish Widows is joining its list of protection providers.

Head of sales Mike Buckley says: “Since our inception the support services provided to our members have been very well received. We are continuously looking for ways to improve or widen our services and the move into the healthcare market seemed a natural extension.”

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