Leading players in the assistance services sector formally migrate their Allianz Global Assistance Australian arm under their global entity, Allianz Worldwide Partners (AWP).
CSA Travel Protection recommends when to buy and what to protect
Allianz Global Assistance has released ‘The 5C’s For Solo’, a safety guide for solo travellers to ensure they remain vigilant and enjoy a worry-free trip.
New research has shown that most of us (19%) would call mum before calling dad (6% of respondents), or even the authorities (17%) when we’re in a spot of trouble overseas.
Global travel insurance provider Globelink International has compiled a list of safe, stress-free destinations that are perfect for solo female travellers.
10 tips to avoid crime on holiday from Craig Morrison, CEO for Southern Cross Travel Insurance
Schoolies encouraged to buy insurance.
In what is an Australian industry first, Allianz Global Assistance has launched an insolvency solution to the removal of the Travel Compensation Fund.
itrek’s resons why you should take a Gap Year.
The subsidiary of MAPFRE ASSISTANCE in the Middle East has reached an agreement with GIG (Kuwait's leading insurance group) to provide travel insurance to Kuwait Airways customers who hold an Oasis G...
A New Zealand law firm with extensive experience in personal injury cases has launched a service aimed at helping Kiwis living in New Zealand who have been injured in Australia.
Cover-More New Zealand, a specialist, integrated travel insurance and medical assistance provider, has seen its gross profit increase by more than 40 percent.
Thailand’s independently-launched insurance coverage policy for visitors has received 219 applicants from 44 countries in the first month after its formal launch, with a total premium value of 493,10...
Tourists planning a visit to Thailand can now avail of a special online insurance coverage scheme known as the “Thailand Travel Shield”, which will be set up by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT...
Cover-More clarifies its position, expresses condolences to Malaysia Airlines.
Window or aisle seat? Or maybe far from the 13th row, for those who are superstitious?
60 percent of agents sell policies to more than half of their travelling customers.