With the arrival this year of The Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018, many UMAL Members will find themselves to be ‘organisers’ of travel services under the terms of the regulations. This imposes certain requirements on the Member and this newsletter takes a brief look at the main elements.
In conjunction with the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII), we have developed a one day seminar/training course intended to be an introduction to insurance for those involved with various aspects of insurance.
UMAL is pleased to announce that with effect from 1st August we will be launching a new combined travel assistance service, replacing the medical and security assistance services currently provided by Intana Global and Control Risks respectively. The new assistance service is operated by Global
UMAL is pleased to announce with effect from 1st August, important changes to our Property Damage, Terrorism, Governors’ D&O, Travel and Public Liability covers.
New Chief Executive Paul Cusition (below) used UMAL’s Spring Conference to announce a new rebate of 10% for Full Members, with no change to rates. This follows last year’s unique anniversary rebate of 15%; the mutual has returned £30m to its Members since 1992.
Susan Wilkinson steps down as Director and CEO Susan is one of the most consummate insurance leaders that I have encountered in my long career in the industry. To have guided this unique ship with drive and determination for 25 years is an outstanding achievement.