The May issue of ITIJ is out now and with it the inaugural issue of the Insurtech Review and the latest edition of International Hospitals & Healthcare (IHHR). It’s a bumper crop!
Top industry-specific travel insurance trends and analysis from around the globe, plus the latest international headlines on issues directly affecting the industry.
ITIC UK is on the horizon, as is the much-anticipated outcome of Brexit, but with the original deadline for the UK leaving the European Union having passed, we as an industry will do some damage assessment.
Eight bombs have been detonated on the island of Sri Lanka; churches where worshippers were gathered for Easter Sunday services, and high-end hotels were targeted in the co-ordinated attacks
At least 29 people have been killed, and 27 more injured, in a road accident in Madeira.
A new study from InsuranceMarket.ae analysing the travel insurance behaviours of UAE citizens has revealed some interesting quirks and trends.
A new report from Staysure has found that as many as 3.3 million UK holidaymakers could be heading off on holiday with inadequate travel insurance.
STA Travel has announced that it has dropped Brunei’s national flag carrier airline after the country’s recent introduction of strict Islamic laws that make gay sex punishable by flogging or stoning to death.
UK-based insurer Saga has reported lower profits, and shares in the company have hit a record low.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recently put forward a Call for Input following its recently released Feedback Statement regarding improved access to travel insurance for people with pre-existing medical conditions, and the British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) has welcomed the suggestions.
In the April issue of ITIJ, we delve into the growing world of microinsurance, looking at how technology and dramatic shifts in how consumers want to access insurance are leading to the increased availability of small, inexpensive, digital cover options for people on the go.