A growing profile

Andy Couchman rounds up the main themes impacting IPMI


For those considering the sector, Andy Couchman rounds up the main themes impacting IPMI over the past year and the one to come

International private medical insurance (IPMI) has become much more high profile in recent years, as more firms operate in various countries around the world and as more UK intermediaries recognise that this can be a highly profitable and growing market for them. For providers like Cigna the saturation level of broker involvement in the IPMI market appears to currently be around 85-90%. Commenting, Mark Coleman , director of international sales for the UK at Cigna, says: “We have seen a notable increase in agencies keen to develop within this niche area, and many are looking to set up sp...

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