Interview - Jason Sadler

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Jason Sadler of Cigna discusses his company's approach to healthcare with Paul Robertson.

Surprisingly Jason Sadler’s a Brit. Why the surprise? Well Cigna is a US based global health company with a staggering $21bn revenue and its Health, Life and Accident business, which Sadler heads, is run out of Hong Kong. Cigna recently bought protection and travel insurer FirstAssist Insurance Services in the UK; the company already sold group and individual PMI in the this country. The company is little known by advisers, which is fair enough, considering its principle business model here in the UK, as in most markets, is through affinity partners. Cigna works primarily with banks a...

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