According to new figures from Citizens Advice, travellers are increasingly reporting problems and seeking guidance.

By Ian Cameron, editor-in-chief, ITIJ

So, a majority of Brits have decided to cast themselves adrift of the EU. A decision that has sent shock waves not only throughout the UK itself, but also around Europe and, indeed, the rest of the world.

A bar in Ansbach, Germany became the target of a suicide bomber on 24 July, with a 27-year-old man detonating an explosive device that injured 12 people.

Indian general insurance sector is confident it won't be negatively impacted by Brexit.

Apps such as Barclays Pingit are increasingly popular among young adults, enabling them to quickly and easily claim on their insurance.

The UK Supreme Court has ruled that it is acceptable to tell a collateral lie on an insurance claim.

With the introduction of an innovative new platform, GGA enhances its existing identity protection travel services.

Features and analysis

ITIJ 186, July 2016

Case studies from this year’s ‘Industry insights’ session.

ITIJ 185, June 2016
David Kernek looks at the use of mobile devices as distribution channels for travel insurance
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Mandy Langfield explores how insurers can handle a potential PR crisis