Generali Global Corporate & Commercial (GC&C) has announced that its US arm has updated its international casualty offering for multinational corporate and commercial organizations.
The new and enhanced Centurion global insurance and assistance solution “provides protection for risks associated with global operations, addressing potential gaps in coverage stemming from general liability, employee injury, automobile and property exposures, and employee travel, among other risks,” a release said.
Originally launched in 2015, Centurion – a Controlled Master Program – offers global coverage consistency, centralized management, and timely resolution of any issue.
The update to the program was made with the input and insight of clients and brokers, said Bill Skapof GC&C North America head.
“Over the past three years, we have paid close attention to feedback received from our global clients and brokers. We took that feedback into account and are pleased to roll-out this latest version of Centurion which is truly a bespoke insurance solution for global risks,” Skapof explained.
“The latest version incorporates all of the previous iterations and enhancements, while adding a robust lineup of new benefits that focus on helping employers insure their most valuable asset – their employees,” he added.
Skapof noted that the latest version of Centurion now provides benefits for coma or brain damage victims, as well as excess medical expenses while travelling for work, indemnity payments during hospital confinements, and coverage for burn victims. The offering also has coverage for home property damage while traveling and pet care costs resulting from hospital confinement.
“As an assistance company, helping people through some of life’s most difficult challenges is in our DNA. We are proud to be able to provide this new suite of services to GC&C’s corporate clients and their employees around the world, as well as deliver on our value proposition of ‘non-stop caring’ for our customers,” commented Generali Global Assistance CEO Chris Carnicelli.