Travel Insurance

Travel insurance

Top industry-specific travel insurance trends and analysis from around the globe, plus the latest international headlines on issues directly affecting the industry.

16 November 2017

Columbus Direct has launched a new campaign aiming to warn young Australians who will be going on holiday of the dangers of travelling, and educate them on the need for insurance.

09 November 2017

The 15th annual ITIJ Industry Awards ceremony took place on 9 November, following a fantastic Finale Dinner for the International Travel & Health Insurance Conference at the W hotel in Barcelona, Spain. The Awards were hosted by Ian Cameron, editor-in-chief of ITIJ and Sarah Watson, Editor.

08 November 2017
The Health Insurance Group has asked if employers are doing enough to keep their expat staff safe.
07 November 2017

Cambodian insurance firm Cambodian Investment Management Insurance Agent has announced plans to launch the first online insurance quote system in the Kingdom of Cambodia. 

31 October 2017

Customers who rely on their packaged bank account insurance products should double check their included travel insurance policies before they set off on holiday.

25 October 2017

Travel insurance solutions provider Aquarium Software has predicted that insurance apps will help travellers to avoid the ‘knock-on’ losses that many suffer when flights are cancelled.

24 October 2017

The Federation of Risk Management, the International SOS Foundation and KPMG recently released a joint paper providing insight for companies on managing the risks associated with business travel.

20 October 2017

AIG has announced a new multi-year deal with US airline United Airlines to offer its travel insurance products through United’s website and mobile app.

18 October 2017

A UK couple who attempted to claim £20,000 worth of fake sickness claims have been jailed after Liverpool crown court found their claims to be fraudulent.

17 October 2017

Clients of Radha Stirling, David Haigh and a UK Queen’s Counsel are preparing to bring a landmark class action against the UK Government for the perceived lack of duty of care towards citizens regarding the dangers of places like Dubai and the United Arab Emirates.

17 October 2017

A new duty of care survey found that 41 per cent of UK business travellers who had been near a major event whilst travelling had not been contacted by their company.

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