More than 100 guests attended the BHSF annual dinner celebrating the Birmingham company’s 140 years in business.

The dinner was held at the Hyatt Hotel where Peter Maskell, chief executive of the healthcare insurer and employee benefits provider, told the guests that despite the economic difficulties BHSF had performed creditably and the company’s entry into occupational health had been a success and they were seeking to make further acquisitions in that field.

Achievement awards were presented to four staff who had demonstrated outstanding commitment for their work in the company and cheques were presented to corporate responsibility partners including Marie Curie Hospice in connection with BHSF’s sponsorship of The Birmingham Brain Game.


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