Now Health introduces currency flexibility


Now Health International has introduced a flexible currency facility for customers in around 200 countries.

The move will allow policyholders the choice of paying premiums in US Dollars, Euros or Sterling. The international private medical insurance (IPMI) provider's new arrangement is consistent with its policy of flexible global payments and includes a claims option allowing clients the choice of being reimbursed in virtually any currency. Tim Mutton, business development director at Now Health, said: "Our response to currency flexibility for both premium and claims payments reflects directly the lifestyle demands of our customers. "For instance, a UK national living in the Philippines...

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