Health insurer AXA – Global Healthcare has launched a new ‘Foundation’ cover level that provides fundamental medical cover for expats and travellers of all ages while abroad.
It’s time to talk about Brexit again, but in this instance there’s a little light at the end of the tunnel. French insurer La Parisienne Assurances (LPA), which provides travel, property and casualty and other insurance services, is looking to ensure it can continue providing underwriting services to the UK, even after the country leaves the European Union.
Matt Bevin, Governor of the US state of Kentucky, has signed into legislation a new law that, it is hoped, will boost the state’s position as a hub of innovation for insurtech.
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.
In the UK, airlines are facing legal action over the reported exposure of pilots to toxic air.
This November, Cuba’s capital city Havana will celebrate its 500th birthday – and considering the recent decline in inbound travellers that Cuba has experienced in recent years, Allianz Global Assistance believes that this will present the perfect opportunity to boost the country’s travel trade.
Medical data informatics company Clinerion, which works to improve efficiency in patient search and identification, has announced that it will be expanding treatment options for patients in Greece and Cyprus through a partnership with Sigmasoft.
APRIL International Care in Hong Kong announced today that it has received over 12,000 claims via its app since its launch, representing take-up well ahead of target projections.
Police in north east Spain have arrested a gang of six men that specialised in robbing foreign tourists who had driven into the country by car.
As of 3 April 2019, Brunei is to implement the death penalty for same-sex relationships – a move that indicates a serious deterioration of the security environment for LGBT travellers and residents. In response, Healix International has offered guidance for employers with LGBT employees travelling to and working in the country.