Global Health Insurance applications soar after Brexit & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest insurance news round-up…
Legal & General has appointed Dr Tarun Gupta as their new medical officer where he will provide medical opinion on complex group risk cases and clinical issues.
Davies Group, a UK-based firm aims to expand to the US insurance market with their new acquisition of Northshore International Insurance Services, a provider of audit, management, and consulting services.
PIB Group has acquired UK & Ireland Insurance Services Ltd (UIIS), a Manchester-based independent broker which specialises in providing insurance for the construction industry.
Brexit has cause applications for the Global Health Insurance Card to soar and overwhelm the NHS department that provides health insurance cards for overseas travel.
The University of Cambridge has name Gallagher as their insurance broker where the firm will oversee the university’s insurance and risk management needs.
It has been predicted that the insurance industry will have to continue and change to adapt to a more digital approach after the Covid-19 pandemic has cost the global insurance industry an estimated $203B. “Despite the chaos, the pandemic has highlighted the sheer importance of digital transformation,” said Anthony Grosso, Global Head of Marketing at EIS. “The leading insurers of the future will be those who transform to enable digital ecosystems which place insurance at the heart of how consumers manage their financial lives. In 2021, we expect insurers will focus on this and invest in their ability to keep up with the needs of their customers.”