Following a meeting of an expert advisory, it has been determined that the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is not a global emergency.
(Re) insurer AXA XL has been officially authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) to move its principal EU insurance company to Dublin from the UK.
A new study has found that those who travel regularly report improved emotional and physical health and better relationships and productivity at work.
Crawford & Company has developed a service solution to address the potential risks posed by Canada’s legalisation of recreational use of cannabis.
A recent survey from TravelInsurance.com has found that as many as 90 per cent of travellers have experienced some variety of mishap while travelling abroad.
WHO experts will meet today to determine whether the current Ebola outbreak in eastern DRC constitutes a global health emergency.
CEGA’s Special Investigations division is due to contribute to an episode of the 10th series of the BBC’s Claimed and Shamed.
Global risk and security consultancy Drum Cussac has released its 2019 Country Risk Map, illustrating which countries around the world are the most and least risky.
Insurtech Blink has announced a new partnership with Blue Cross Canassurance, through which the companies will launch a new travel insurance solution in Canada.