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ITIJ issue 198 - July 2017 - PDF download

Contents include:

Bleisure – the new duty of careheadache
GBTA Foundation releases study results

Short breakers less likely to buy cover
Consumer Intelligence surveys British holidaymakers

US healthcare under Trump
How might things play out?

Eye on the Middle East
Ratings and regulation

The growth of luxury travel
Segment likely to expand throughout the year

Voyager offers new terrorism disruption cover
UK provider replaces WEBroker product

 

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ITIJ issue 197 - June 2017 - PDF download

Contents include:

Gaps in cover for trip cancellation
US policies analysed

Comparison sites must evolve
Aussies fall victim to fraud

Sweat the small stuff
Industry voice from Collinson Group

Avoiding the subject
UK brokers need to think about cyber insurance

Canada still popular on its 150th birthday
Many Canadians will holiday domestically this year

Multi-tasking mosquitoes
Yet more reasons to hate the pesky critters

 

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ITIJ issue 196 - May 2017 - PDF download

Contents include:

ABTA issues Brexit report
Travel and tourism in a post-Brexit world

We’re scammin’
Aussies fall victim to fraud

The post-Brexit healthcare problem
Guest op-ed from Doctor Care Anywhere

Allianz aims for more flexible claims
Responding to customer complaints

Transparency - clearly the way to go
FCA in the UK pushes for better customer engagement

Travel trends
Squaremouth analyses US habits

 

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ITIJ issue 195 - April 2017 - PDF download

Contents include:

Proper preparation = risk mitigation
Collinson Group advises employers with overseas workers

Those pesky Millennials
IMG identifies insurance trends

Deployments, risk and the Norwegian Refugee Council case
Guest op-ed from Clements Worldwide

The future of flight?
Dubai’s next-generation sky taxi

Workplace wellness welcomed
Bad health is costing UK firms

Oh Canada!
Aetna International announces expansion

 

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ITIJ issue 194

Contents include:

Ongoing inquest into Tunisia beach massacre
UK investigation continues

Lights, camera … traction
Skiers putting selfies ahead of safety

Oui, merCBien
Insurtech accelerator adds French start-up

Safest to emigrate to Mars
Doomed, doomed, we’re all doomed

Handbags and gladrags
Rise of the ‘glampacker’

That’s a negative
Aetna-Humana merger blocked

 

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ITIJ issue 193 - Feb 2017 - PDF download

Contents include:

It’s a trap!
Travel agent organisation reveals top five scams

Great Barrier Reef safety concerns
Uncommon number of fatalities noted in 2016

Knee-deep in ski injuries
SOS International reveals data

iJET acquires red24
Risk tie-up announced

What lies ahead?
Clyde & Co offers predictions for the year in insurance

The boys are hackin’ town
Travel booking systems worryingly vulnerable

 

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ITIJ issue 192 - Jan 2017 - PDF download

Contents include:

Calls for IPT to be reduced
An unfair burden on travel insurers and consumers

Brexit – a view from the sharp end of claims
Industry voice from TIFGroup’s Jon Phillips

A fair cop
Spanish success in capturing criminals

Data science to the rescue?
Guest op-ed from Dataiku’s Jennifer Roubaud

New deal targets tourism growth in Canada
Destination Canada and Air Canada team up

Florida declares an end to Zika
But health authorities warn against complacency

 

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ITIJ issue 191 - Dec 2016 - PDF download

Contents include:

New report on the Korean travel insurance market
Analysis from Finaccord

Australian MP highlights the important of travel insurance
Julie Bishop drops some knowledge

I say Trump, you say how high
How might the US election affect insurance and finance?

TIFGroup teams up with Less Clicks
Australian families neglecting coverage

A new Magaluf ?
David Ing reports on the clean-up

Stripping Zika bare
An exciting breakthrough

 

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ITIJ issue 190 - Nov 2016 - PDF download

Contents include:

Aussies ain’t buyin’ it
Australian families neglecting coverage

Travel insurance business healthy in China
A golden week during Golden Week

Insurers remain confident
Weathering the Brexit storm

ERGO launches its first travel insurance product
Singapore-based insurer branches out

Reinsurers warned of ‘looming storm’
Global catastrophe reinsurance prices fall sharply

Climate change – ‘We need to act’
How travel and tourism can help with the fight

 

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ITIJ issue 189 - Oct 2016 - PDF download

Contents include:

Spike in Australian insurance disputes
Travel insurance accounts for much of the rise

Confusion abounds
UK travellers don’t know what’s happening

Fraudulent claims on the rise
ABI reports notable increase

Out of Africa – a new digital fraud trend emerges
Guest column from International Travel and Healthcare Limited’s Kate Huet

PJ Hayman teams up with Consularcare
New partnership announced

Zika spreads further
But an end may be in sight in some regions

 

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