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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.

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16 January 2019

A suspected terrorist attack on a hotel complex in Nairobi, Kenya, yesterday resulted in the deaths of 24 people, at least two of whom have been confirmed as foreign tourists.

11 January 2019

Fewer than one in 10 single-trip travel insurance policies cover winter sports as standard.

09 January 2019

According to recent research from global health service company Cigna, more than two-thirds of mobile workers are dissatisfied with the time they have available to spend with family.

A diabetic traveller.
08 January 2019

Compare Cover has offered some advice for travellers with pre-existing medical conditions.

Tony Rowland
04 January 2019

Tony Rowland, Director of Rowland Brothers International in the UK, has been awarded an MBE

03 January 2019

On 19 December 2018, the US-based National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) adopted a Travel Insurance Model Law

02 January 2019

In the January issue of ITIJ, we take an in-depth look at insurers’ preparedness to tackle the cyber threats that are facing them and why their ability to protect themselves could mean the difference between staying in business or not; we get the latest from Danny Kaine at Traveller Assist on the

Action plan
18 December 2018

BIBA and AllClear Travel Insurance have announced the formation of a new ‘Action Group’ that will help to improves access to travel insurance for customers with pre-existing medical conditions.

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18 December 2018

Religare Health Insurance, a provider of travel, health and other insurance packages based in India, has been bestowed the accolade of Best Travel Insurance at the recent India Travel Awards.

A turtle
18 December 2018

 Cover-More in Australia has released data showcasing the most common claims it encountered in 2018 - along with some odd ones ...

British pounds
13 December 2018

UK-based financial services group Legal & General is reportedly hatching plans to sell its general insurance business unit.

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