Bupa was founded in April 1947 with the objective of providing health funding to the UK’s general public. Originally named the ‘British United Provident Association,’ today it is a private company limited by guarantee without shareholders. The profit it earns is reinvested in the company itself to provide support to employees.
Vitality is a UK-based company that provides insurance services, investments, and pension plans. It was founded in 2004 as a joint venture between Prudential Plc and the South-African company Discovery Ltd. The idea was to offer a new kind of health insurance that would cover illness while providing incentives for people to stay healthy.
Aviva is a multinational insurance company with headquarters in London, UK. Founded in 2000, it now has over 30 million customers. In the UK, Aviva is the biggest general insurer and one of the top life and pensions providers.
Exeter is a UK-based company offering a range of insurance products, including private health insurance. It was established in 1927 in Exeter, Devon, where it is based to this day. Originally, it was called Exeter Family Friendly Society, but following a 2008 merger with Pioneer, the company gained its current trading name.
Freedom is a family-run, award-winning private medical insurance provider. It is based in Poole, UK, and has been in the business for almost 19 years. While a handful of major players dominate the market, Freedom fills the need for personalized, flexible care on a small scale while maintaining high service standards. They cover clients in the UK and abroad.
WPA, or Western Provident Association, is a non-profit private health insurance company based in Taunton, Somerset. It was founded in 1901 by a group of workers as the Reading Work People’s Voluntary Hospital Contributory Fund.
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