Insurer promises to return surplus PMI premium and launches online clinical support centre for members
With private hospital capacity currently allocated to the NHS, The Exeter has pledged to pay back surplus premium resulting from a reduction in claims to its private medical insurance (PMI) members. On Friday 17 April, The Exeter said: "We expect that, ultimately, the current situation will result in The Exeter paying less in claims than expected during 2020." It continued: "Today we make the commitment to you that any surplus resulting from a reduction in claims will be returned our members....
'Business as usual? Mental health and wellbeing in a post-pandemic era'
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Prevention during a pandemic
Will Wood, previously head of UK SME strategy at Aviva, has joined insurtech firm