View more on these topics

Health Shield set to tour UK to meet members ahead of AGM

Health cash plan provider Health Shield is hitting the road during March on its annual area meetings tour of the UK.

The company will be meeting members in Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham and London, before hosting its annual general meeting (AGM) in May.

The aim of the area meetings is to meet face to face with delegates who represent members, sharing Health Shield’s strategy and business performance over the previous 12 months, while listening and responding to feedback.

The non-profit-making organisation has hosted area meetings since its formation in 1877, and is said to be one of the only health cash plan providers that still meets annually with representatives before the formal AGM.

The area meetings take place in Glasgow on 18 March, Leeds on 19 March, Birmingham on 20 March and London on 21 March.

Alternatively for more information about our Health Cash Plans call us on 01270 588 555.

Recommended

Prestige unveils prime secured loans range

Prestige Finance has launched its first ever prime secured loan range. Rate start from 6.75 per cent up to 70 per cent LTV for both employed and self employed borrowers, with a maximum loan size of £60,000. Loans Warehouse managing director Matt Tristram says: “I have personally worked with the team at Prestige Finance since […]

Bank of Scotland tops mortgage complaints list

Bank of Scotland had the most mortgage complaints referred to the Financial Ombudsman Service in the second half of last year. The bank, part of Lloyds Banking Group, had a total of 1,087 mortgage complaints referred to the FOS between 1 July to 31 December. Santander had the second highest number of mortgage complaints referred […]

Steve Lowe Just Retirement 2012
10

UK is ageing fast and Lords report shows more action needed on equity release

There are signs that home equity withdrawal is now being taken ever more seriously by policymakers grappling with the consequences of an ageing population and pensioner poverty. An influential committee of Peers has now highlighted the need for property-owning pensioners to unlock wealth in the home rather than try to push costs on to future […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up