B&CE builds on benefit

Baier, Kate
June 2007
Money Marketing;6/28/2007, p14
The article reports on the plan of B&CE Benefit Schemes company to increase the payment of life coverage under its employee benefits products in Great Britain. It states that employees in the construction industry will be given the opportunity to avail a life coverage amounting to £22,000 with an additional £1,000 on June 2008. The company stresses that the increase will help employers to effectively manage their life insurance.


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