RedArc joins GRiD

Nurse-led health and wellbeing specialists, RedArc have joined GRiD, the industry body for group risk.

As added-value services are now an integral part of Group Risk products, and as a long-established provider to the Group Risk market, RedArc has joined GRiD to work even more closely with insurers  advisers and other suppliers in the development of the sector.

Providing support across a wide range of health conditions, including mental health, cancer and bereavement, as well as chronic conditions, including Parkinsons and diabetes, and for all groups, including children and carers, the services RedArc provides has long made their proposition integral to group risk. By joining GRiD, the company will work even closer with the industry to ensure changing needs are met.

Christine Husbands, commercial director for RedArc said: ‘Needs change all the time, and we develop our proposition to meet those needs. Being part of GRiD enables us to share our experience, not only gained over many years, but current insight too, so we’re at the forefront of industry development, and I’m looking forward to getting involved.’

Members of GRiD benefit from working with leading experts in the industry, networking opportunities, and have access to pan-industry claims data, research and training.

Colin Fitzgerald, chair of GRiD said: ‘The support available within group risk products is integral to their value, and we very much welcome suppliers of that support into our fold. We look forward to working with RedArc.’