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FULCRUM EXPANDS AS IT APPROACHES FIFTH YEAR OF GROWTH''A Scottish company which helps employers save cash on insurance has expanded as it approaches its fifth year in business.''Fulcrum Insured Employee Benefits Limited, which started as a sole trader, has grown to a team of four and recently moved to larger office premises.''The benefits broker has seen consistent annual growth since its launch in January 2008. It has thrived in the recession due to its ability to deliver cost efficiencies ? in some cases of up to 40%.''Recent additions to Fulcrum?s UK wide client base include The Miller Group, The ACCA, The Law Society of Scotland and Investors in People Scotland.
FULCRUM EXPANDS AS IT APPROACHES FIFTH YEAR OF GROWTH''A Scottish company which helps employers save cash on insurance has expanded as it approaches its fifth year in business.''Fulcrum Insured Employee Benefits Limited, which started as a sole trader, has grown to a team of four and recently moved to larger office premises.''The benefits broker has seen consistent annual growth since its launch in January 2008. It has thrived in the recession due to its ability to deliver cost efficiencies ? in some cases of up to 40%.''Recent additions to Fulcrum?s UK wide client base include The Miller Group, The ACCA, The Law Society of Scotland and Investors in People Scotland.
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A Polmont business is bucking the recession as it approaches its fifth year of growth.

Fulcrum Insured Employee Benefits Limited started as a sole trader in 2008 but has grown to four staff and a bigger office space.

The benefits broker, which specialises on private medical and dental plans, income protections, death in service and business travel insurance, has thrived due to its ability to save employers cash without compromising on cover.

Malcolm Brebner, pictured, founded Fulcrum after working in the insurance sector for 20 years. He said: “Good employers will always want to offer excellent benefits to attract and motivate their talent. Insurance protection forms a big part of this and decision makers are realising they need to be better informed about design, funding options and tax efficiency.”