He advises on Group PMI and Group Risk, and all other associated benefits, including flexible/voluntary benefits, but with a primary focus on Workplace Health and Wellbeing.
Kevin has previously worked as a service provider working with a number of large multinational insurers with fee incomes in excess of £1.5m per year.
He has previously worked for a global medical assistance company being responsible for commercial and service development with a number of their largest global personal accident/business travel insurance clients, developing a good understanding of issues faced by internationally mobile/ex-pat employees, helping widen discussion when talking to multi-national clients about health and risk benefits.
Many employers want to do the right thing by their employees by providing benefits such as Group Private Medical Insurance (PMI), but increasingly cost is the key factor when considering the ongoing viability of cover.
Wellbeing seems to be the “topic du jour” these days. But increasingly I question, what does the term actually mean, are providers being truly innovative and are many employers still paying lip service to the concept?