Health Shield announces 4% premium income growth

Risen 19th year in a row

Adam Saville
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Courtney Marsh, CEO, Health Shield
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Courtney Marsh, CEO, Health Shield

Health plan and wellbeing support provider Health Shield has announced its 2019 results

Health Shield achieved revenue of £42.9m last year, up from £41.3m in 2018. Membership also continued to increase, with 113,000 members joining during the year. The society now covers 345,000 contributing members and their families. Despite the challenging backdrop last year - articulated by an increasingly competitive health and wellbeing market and Brexit related uncertainty - the friendly society's premium income rose by 4%, the 19th year in succession it has increased, the health pl...

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