In an article from International Investment titled Health issues expats worry about - and what they out to, Expatriate Group's directory Lee Gerry discusses the types of protection Expats need.
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The InterContinental at London's O2 arena hosted The Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards. The evening celebrates the success of companies who provide the global mobility market with outstanding contributions and services.
Expatriate Group were revealed as a shortlist contender earlier this year in the International Healthcare and Risk Management Provider of the Year category. They were in good company, with Rolls-Royce, Hewlett Packard and HSBC featuring in other categories.
Come the evening, Expatriate Group received the runner-up position, closely missing out on the ...
The EMEA Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs) is an evening celebrating the best and most successful companies who provide an outstanding contribution to global mobility.
Expatriate Group have been shortlisted for an award, featuring in the International Healthcare and Risk Managment Provider of the Year category. With other finalists including Rolls-Royce, HSBC, and Heineken, the awards ceremony is set to be an incredible event, set in London's InterContinental Hotel at The O2.
With 26 judges hailing from mobility positions at many fantastic ...
Health Insurance Daily recently reviewed Expatriate Group's brand new Short Term Healthcare Insurance policy.
The new short term offering received an 8.5 (out of 10) star rating from Health Insurance Daily. With 9 stars a rarity from Health Insurance Daily, 8.5 stars is a very exciting accolade.
The publication championed the short term iPMI for its simple and good cover levels, three plan options and ability to secure coverage for less than a year.
Andy Couchman, Technical Editor at Health Insurance Daily commented; "Very short-term ...
International Investment released an article detailing how market demand has seen a growth of short term international healthcare cover. The piece went on to detail our new Short Term Healthcare Insurance, with comments from director Lee Gerry. Click here to view the article in full.
Global Health Insider also featured Expatriate Group's new short term medical cover.
Cover Magazine featured an article about our new Short Term Healthcare Insurance offering. To read the article in full, click here.
Other articles featuring the new Short Term Health Insurance also appeared in Global Health Insider, Health Insurance Daily, Life Insurance International, International Travel and Health Insurance Journal, International Investment Magazine, and IPMI Magazine.
International Investment Magazine featured a double page spread on Expatriate Group, with comments with Director Lee Gerry. To read the article in full, click here.
Saudia Arabia is undergoing change as part of Saudi Vision 2030. Lee Gerry was invited to discuss the topic as part of Health Insurance Daily's iPMI viewpoint section. See the article below or click here to view the article in full.
After last year’s interview discussing Expatriate Group’s customer-centric business model, Global Health Insider brought Expatriate Group’s Director, Lee Gerry, back for an exclusive interview. Powered by the team from ExpatFinder.com, Mr Gerry discusses the latest developments in Expatriate Group such as the company’s improvements in customer service and the introduction of new products and benefits.
In the interview, Mr Gerry explains:
“Expatriate Group’s products and services are constantly evolving. We are under a continuous enhancement process, looking for all the 1% improvements and ...
Expatriate Group have simplified the way that customers can choose their area of cover under their international health insurance plan.
“By reducing the number of areas from 5 to 3, we have taken another step in making our Expatriate Healthcare iPMI policy the most straight forward available in the international healthcare market” said Lee Gerry, Expatriate Group Director.
“Feedback from our customers suggested that this was an area where we could do better. So we did.” he added. “The change is effective immediately ...