Brexit will drive PMI 'spike'

Adviser firm believes

Adam Saville
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Ian Sawyer, commercial director, Assured Futures
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Ian Sawyer, commercial director, Assured Futures

Assured Futures predicts surge in searches for private medical insurance (PMI) following withdrawal

The prediction is based on Assured Futures witnessing "a huge increase" in PMI enquiries through its site between the 12 December 2019 and 14 December 2019, while the general election was taking place. COVER understands that searches peaked the day of the election results (13th December) at 1,072% higher than forecasted figures for that day. With the Brexit deadline set for 31 January, the adviser firm is expecting a similar spike in the days following the withdrawal. Ian Sawyer, commercial...

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