Anglo Arab Insurance Brokers (AAIB) under the trade name Frontier Travel Insurance has launched the world’s first online crisis assistance plan, Crisis Assistance Plus, which business travelers to post conflict territories can apply for and …Read full article » : Tuesday, December 10 - 2013 @ 13:21
AAIB clients will benefit from Millbrook specialist skills and regional experience in high risk situations.
The Millbrook Partnership is a risk management and communication advisory firm, created to support clients in the management of critical issues. …Read full article » Jordan: Saturday, January 23 - 2010 @ 10:38
Iraq-travelinsurance.com went live today on the eve of the world’s premier travel industry event, World Travel Market (WTM) in London, where, for the first time, the Tourism Board of Iraq is exhibiting.
“Iraq is quite possibly …Read full article » Iraq: Sunday, November 07 - 2010 @ 15:42
The RegionalHealth and Health + Plans provide cover for in-patient and day-patient hospital treatment, including injury and illness resulting from acts of war, terrorism and kidnap.
Underwritten with ‘A’ rated security through Lloyds of London, the …Read full article » Jordan: Monday, July 06 - 2009 @ 11:25
Underwritten with ‘A’ rated security, the new policy provides full cover for ocean, air and land shipments, with or without war risk, and comes with no geographical limit on the territories from which insurance may …Read full article » Jordan: Tuesday, July 21 - 2009 @ 13:20
The National Oil Companies Conference (NOC) is an annual event held by Marsh, the world’s leading insurance broker and risk adviser.
Marsh’s NOC conference has established itself as the lead forum for identifying and discussing …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, February 23 - 2010 @ 14:11
AAIB was formed in 2004 to provide high quality insurance solutions in the most challenging areas in the world focusing on Iraq and Afghanistan.
Starting from Jordan and aiming to expand in the region, AAIB’s second …Read full article » Iraq: Thursday, October 29 - 2009 @ 13:40