NFP swoops for Get Medical Plans

Move to boost broker's benefits capabilities

NFP swoops for Get Medical Plans

Life & Health

By Terry Gangcuangco

London-based independent private medical insurance intermediary Get Medical Plans is now part of international insurance brokerage and consulting firm NFP.

“We are delighted to join NFP, especially as the company continues to expand in the UK,” Get Medical Plans founders Marc Benjamin (pictured left) and Sanjeev Mallipeddi (pictured right) said in a joint statement.

“This partnership will enable Get Medical Plans to continue to deliver a first-class service to our clients by accessing the resources and range of services within a global organisation, while also giving us the ability to reach new customers.”

Under the deal, financial terms of which were not disclosed, the co-founders will remain at the helm of Get Medical Plans, bringing more than four decades of combined private healthcare industry experience to NFP.

Iain Chadwick, managing director of employee benefits for NFP in Europe, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Marc, Sanjeev, and the entire Get Medical Plans team to NFP.

“Adding the expertise of the Get Medical Plans team and the solutions available through their platform will help NFP better support our clients and grow our presence in the rapidly expanding independent medical insurance market.”

Earlier this year, NFP snapped up Advanced Insurance Consultants (AIC) in Hemel Hempstead. At the time, regional managing director Matt Pawley said: “AIC is well respected by its clients, peers, and partners, and has a brilliant team of insurance professionals supporting their operation.

“This acquisition will bolster the client base of both organisations and increase our ability to deliver integrated and specialised solutions. AIC will be a great addition to NFP as we help clients tackle their risk mitigation.”   

NFP’s business in Europe is manned by more than 500 people, providing specialised commercial business insurance, employee benefits, people consultancy, health & safety, and individual financial planning.

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