Mondial Assistance expands Allianz tie-up
Beirut, June 30, 2011
Mondial Assistance Middle East has expanded its successful partnership with Allianz SNA – Lebanon to deliver added benefits to its travel insurance offering.
The new agreement will ensure Allianz SNA - Lebanon customers gain access to quality medical assistance around the world, said a statement.
Allianz is a major player in the insurance market in the Middle East and its partnership with Mondial Assistance supports its strategic growth and development plans. Mondial Assistance has provided medical assistance to Allianz SNA - Lebanon since 2002, bringing affordable medical support to over 75,000 customers, it said.
“Mondial Assistance is a global leader in travel insurance and medical assistance, bringing us the expertise we need to be able to expand the customer experience within the Allianz brand,” says Xavier Denys, CEO of Allianz SNA - Lebanon. “This agreement forms a key part of our ongoing growth strategy, as we continue to lead the market in Lebanon, bringing our customers a range of products to suit their specific needs.”
Madjid Benchaiba, Middle East general manager for Mondial Assistance, said: “We are delighted to be working with Allianz SNA - Lebanon, bringing added benefits to their travel insurance products. This contract builds on our growing presence in the Middle East. We are working closely with Allianz SNA - Lebanon to deliver a bespoke medical assistance package, offering high quality, affordable medical cover for their customers, as they travel around the world.” – TradeArabia News Service
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