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What its latest acquisition means for Sutton Winson

What its latest acquisition means for Sutton Winson | Insurance Business

What its latest acquisition means for Sutton Winson

Sutton Winson will now have an expanded clientele for the Chartered Insurance Broker’s private medical insurance offering through its newly acquired firm Flexible Health Insurance Brokers.

The latter, an independent health and protection brokerage based in Kent, will allow Sutton Winson to also cater to individuals and their families in addition to companies. Flexible Health has been servicing individuals and businesses since 2006 and will continue to do so alongside its parent’s specialist health and protection team.

“Up until now, our health and protection proposition has primarily focused on offering private medical insurance and group protection solutions for businesses here in the UK, and internationally,” said Sutton Winson managing director David Thomson.

“However, through the acquisition of Flexible Health, it now means that with their expertise, we can provide private medical cover options for individuals and their loved ones.”

Flexible Health founder and MD David Clare called the completed deal, financial details of which were not disclosed, an “exciting opportunity” for them and their clients.

Clare explained: “By becoming a subsidiary of Sutton Winson, it gives us the ability to offer both our individual and business customers a wide range of other insurance products that best suit their needs, while we benefit from the support of a larger company.”

With offices in Middlesex and West Sussex, Sutton Winson intends to continue to grow organically.