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Travel Plus – Change of Insurer

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Travel Plus – Change of Insurer

By on Jun 16, 2017 in P J Hayman Update |

Dear Supporting Broker,

Many of you will be aware that Cigna Europe Insurance Company are pulling out of travel insurance in the UK. As a consequence of this, we are moving our Travel Plus scheme to new insurers.

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From 1st July 2017, the following changes will apply:

  • New Insurer – we are delighted to announce that the new underwriter of Travel Plus is Zurich Insurance plc.
  • Age limits – Single Trip policies will cover your clients up to age 89 years. For those aged over 89 years, you can use Free Spirit which has no upper age limit for both Single Trip and Annual Multi-trip.
  • AMT ‘Premier Plus’ – the limit for Medical & Other Expenses will be £10,000,000. All other cover levels remain the same.
  • New documents – there will be a new Sales Leaflet; Insurance Policy; Policy Summary and an Underwriting Guide. PDFs will be available on this site.

Annual Multi-trip renewals

Quotes provided and any sales made between now and 30th June 2017 will be issued on the current 2016/17 scheme underwritten by Cigna Europe Insurance Company. For those quotes provided or sales made on or after 1st July 2017, the new Insurer’s terms will apply.

PJH B2B Portal

The B2B site will be updated to reflect the above changes on 1st July 2017.

Please contact the Broker Development Team if you do not have a log-in and would like to access the B2B portal.

We are here to help

If you have any questions regarding the above, please contact the Broker Development Team on 02392 419 050 or email info@pjhayman.com – we’ll be delighted to help.

Thank you for your continued support.

Kind regards,

jonsig

Jon Mainwaring
Broker Development Manager
P J Hayman & Co Ltd
Tel: 02392 419 051
Fax: 02392 419 049
jon.mainwaring@pjhayman.com
www.pjhayman.com

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