Bupa to rejoin ABI

Adam Saville
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Bupa to rejoin ABI

Healthcare provider signs up to Association of British Insurers (ABI) after withdrawing membership in 2013

Bupa has confirmed it will return its membership to the ABI in January 2019 after opting out just over five years ago. In April 2013, the healthcare provider announced it was terminating its membership with the trade body at the end of July of that year. "As part of a review of our partnerships, and our focus on health and wellbeing, we have decided to serve notice on our membership," said a spokesperson for Bupa at the time, a decision which the ABI then said it regretted. However today...

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