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Charles Taylor buys medical assistance and travel claims management services provider CEGA

IBR Staff Writer Published 27 July 2016

UK-based Charles Taylor has acquired CEGA Group, which provides medical assistance and travel claims management services to insurers.

The deal will allow Charles Taylor to provide new services to its clients, in addition to enhancing relationships with global insurers. 

CEGA provides integrated end-to-end service, which aggregates medical assistance with claims and case management, pre-travel advice, medical screening and corporate travel contingency planning.

The company has long-standing relationships with large and high profile insurers, some of which are new to Charles Taylor, helping it to sell the group’s other professional services.

CEGA CEO Alistair Hardie will report to Charles Taylor’s Group CEO David Marock. The company’s clients will continue to be served by the existing teams.

Hardie said: “I am delighted that CEGA has become a member of the Charles Taylor Group.  CEGA has built a market-leading range of services including international assistance, medical transfers, claims management and pre-travel consultancy.”

Charles Taylor Group CEO David Marock said: "The acquisition of CEGA opens another exciting chapter in the growth and development of Charles Taylor. 

“CEGA is one of the UK’s leading providers of travel assistance services and works closely with major insurers which form an important part of our client base.”

Charles Taylor provides professional services to clients in the global insurance market. It has offices in 28 countries, including the UK, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe,the Middle East and Africa.