Chase Templeton buys Wellbeing Health Insurance

Consolidator completes fourth deal of 2016

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Private medical insurance consolidator Chase Templeton has completed its fourth acquisition of the year with the purchase of Wellbeing Health Insurance.

The deal has seen the business acquire a book worth nearly £880,000 in annual premium income, of which 80% is generated by SME clients. Completion of this latest transaction follows last month's acquisition of Leeds-based Independent Health Services and January's purchases of Preston's Health Equity Solutions and Caledonian Health Solutions of Kelso. Wellbeing was owned by Graham Harfleet who is relocating to Scotland. Chase Templeton chief executive Warren Dickson said: "While not one of our bigger acquisitions, Wellbeing Health Insurance nonetheless brings another solid and valua...

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