Merger discussions in 'crowded' IPMI market - Now Health


The international private medical insurance (IPMI) market could be subject of a series of mergers and acquisitions between providers, according to one insurer in the sector.

Now Health International has said there is a significant chance of consolidation activity and that conversations between providers are currently taking place. The sector has often been the subject to rumours of mergers and acquisitions but the new entrant believes the provider space is now "quite crowded". Tim Mutton, business development director at the provider, told COVER about the potential for market activity. "There are undoubtedly discussions between various players as to future parentage," he said. "Without giving names there's no question there are those types of discus...

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