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Standard Life extends healthcare plan

Standard Life Healthcare has unveiled its plans to extend its business healthcare plan for SMEs to include large corporate firms.

The PMI provider is launcing new product corporate healthcare, aimed at companies with between 100 and 1,000 policy members, to sit alongside its exisiting SME healthcare proposition.

The plan, which enables larger firms to build a policy from scratch, includes the option to offer either employer-paid or part employee-paid flexible schemes, stand-alone cash plans and travel cover.

Standard Life Healthcare intermediary development manager Liam Kennedy says: “Our business healthcare plan has proved extremely popular with the SME market. We have built on this success to bring to market a comparable product for the larger corporates.”


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