Are European and British insurers offering very different travel insurance products when it comes to limits and exclusions on private healthcare?
The feature articles in ITIJ are an integral part of the publication, allowing us to place a special focus on issues and trends affecting the global travel and health insurance industry. Whether an extended article analysing a key topic in the news, a ‘Profile’ interview with a leading industry representative, or an in-depth look at a pertinent subject area, ITIJ’s ‘features’ provide unique industry insights and offer readers a chance to keep up-to-date with the latest thinking on the most important issues.
The rise of social media means that more travellers are being reported missing to a wider audience in a more timely fashion. But how many of these cases are genuine, and why should the travel insurance industry care?
Randall Gordon-Duff, Collinson Group, explains how in a world of converging yet diverse risk factors, business travellers must maintain vigilance and good judgment
Travellers embarking on cruise holidays present a broad set of risks. Mandy Langfield looks at how the insurance industry has developed unique products for this niche travelling population.
An indepth insight into Europ Assistance, plus an interview with global head of travel Pablo Moreno.
Christopher Ling, vice-president of insurance for Capgemini’s Financial Services Strategic Business Unit, discusses how the industry has to adapt to win over a new generation of customers.
AIG has served the global travel industry for over 75 years. The company first entered the market by providing baggage insurance to international travellers pre-World War II and further expanded its travel business in the following years. AIG Travel, Inc. (AIG Travel), a member of American International Group, Inc., is a worldwide leader in travel insurance solutions and assistance. Travel Guard®, founded in 1982 and acquired in 2006 by American International Group, Inc.
Regulators in Canada have told local travel insurers to lighten consumers’ burden. What is the situation, and where could it be going?
When underwriting an IPMI policy, key pricing and experience rating considerations must be made.