The Liverpool Victoria has purchased for an undisclosed fee Bishopscourt Financial Holding, an inter...
The Liverpool Victoria has purchased for an undisclosed fee Bishopscourt Financial Holding, an intermediary group with turnover of £13m per annum and associations with thirty affinity groups including Mensa and the Royal College of Nursing.
A spokesman Peter Waller for the life group said the acquisition gives it access to two million potential customers and compliments last week's acquisition of the Royal National Pension Fund for Nurses.
The agreement subject to regulatory approval increases LV's leverage as market leader in the affinity market. Both Bishopscourt chairman Mike Rutherford and managing director Chris Wacey are to join the management team at Liverpool Victoria.
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