Zurich launches global programme management tool

Zurich Insurance has launched a new tool to support the management of international insurance programmes.

The Zurich Global Program Support Tool provides businesses with the easy access to pertinent legislative and regulatory data and insights, allowing them to take better-informed decisions when choosing insurance coverage across various jurisdictions.

Vinicio Cellerini, head of commercial insurance customer and distribution, said: “Multinational companies are operating in an increasingly globalised and complex environment where insurance regulation varies from country to country. Adherence to local insurance legislation and understanding international regulation is critical when structuring international insurance programmes.”

The intuitive tool uses the latest technology to help users oversee and manage their insurance coverage in an ever-evolving environment, to support them with the right protection for their workforce and assets. Customers can access Zurich GPS Tool via the My Zurich customer platform.

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