Punter Southall Health and Protection enhances expat support and insurance

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Punter Southall Health and Protection enhances expat support and insurance

Punter Southall Health & Protection (PSHP) has enhanced its suite of expatriate benefits solutions to offer higher levels of benefits, support and insurance for expats and their families pre, during and post overseas assignments.

The adviser firm has has partnered with NetExpat, a relocation support company, to offer interactive intercultural coaching workshops to help expats and their families settle in within days of their arrival. Through an exclusive agreement with Bupa Global, PSHP has also enhanced its suite of existing medical insurance plans - Classic, Gold and Gold Superior - which are targeted to companies of all sizes. The Classic and Gold health plans now nclude increased allowances for vaccinations, as...

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