BIBA renews travel medical scheme

Scheme has proven popular with members

BIBA renews travel medical scheme

Insurance News

By Paul Lucas

If it’s not broken, there’s no need to fix it – and with the travel medical scheme offered by AllClear proving popular with British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) members, it has now been renewed.

Originally launched in 2011, the scheme provides specialist cover for customers who typically struggle to get travel insurance because of age or pre-existing medical conditions.

In a release, BIBA explained that the scheme had been a hit with members thanks to “excellent service and consistency in capacity.” Now, having worked together on the FCA’s review of travel insurance signposting for consumers, BIBA and AllClear have teamed up again to ensure members can continue to access the scheme.

“We are proud of our medical travel scheme and the benefits that it gives customers and members,” explained BIBA executive director Graeme Trudgill. “AllClear has proved to be a strong long-standing scheme provider that has not only provided an excellent scheme to our members but has put in a lot of effort to help improve signposting and access to insurance for people with medical conditions.”

Meanwhile, AllClear Insurance CEO Chris Rolland added that, despite this unprecedented time, he is confident that “working alongside BIBA we will continue to provide products and extensive coverage that will resonate well with members and customers alike.”

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