A new scheme designed to cut professional football clubs’ costs whilst securing players access to prompt treatment has earned private medical insurance specialist Chase Templeton a place in the finals of the prestigious Health Insurance Awards.
The scheme has been shortlisted for the Group PMI Intermediary award whilst Chase Templeton’s expertise in maintaining cancer cover for a client twice struck by the disease has also earned the company a shot at the Individual PMI Intermediary trophy.
Launched earlier this year the professional football and sports club scheme has already been adopted by several Championship and lower league clubs whilst the diligence and expertise required to enable a client who had twice suffered from breast cancer to maintain her cover whilst seeing her premiums reduced secured a place in the Individual award final.
The awards are set to climax on Thursday 16th October at a gala event hosted by TV comic Russell Kane at London’s sumptuous Grosvenor House.
Commenting on the company’s success chief executive officer, Warren Dickson said: “Whilst we’ve reached the finals through two very different policies, there are common denominators such as our determination to deliver cover that most effectively meets our clients’ needs at the very best price the market can deliver.
“Now we face an anxious wait to see if our hard work and expertise is enough to see us triumph, to even do the double, at the finals.”
Success in the awards comes as Chase Templeton continues its rapid growth. Buoyed by organic growth which is currently running at around 10 percent and having completed 23 acquisitions so far in 2014, the company now generates over £100m in annual premium income. Staff numbers also continue to increase with the company employing some 70 staff across its Darwen and Bridgwater operations.