Following careful consideration Clydesdale Bank have made the difficult decision to stop offering retail travel insurance underwritten by American International Group UK Limited (AIG).
If you have an Annual Multi-Trip Travel Insurance policy:
You’ll receive a letter from AIG 30 days before your renewal date providing you with details of an alternative travel insurance product.
In the meantime, please be assured that you’ll continue to be covered until your renewal date. Any claims up to this date will still be handled by the AIG claims team, as normal.
If you have any questions, you can contact AIG on 0345 602 6917 (open Monday to Friday 8am–8pm and Saturday and Bank Holidays 9am – 5pm).
Don’t worry, if you’re looking for a new policy then Virgin Money Travel Insurance has got your back– just head over to Virgin Money to find out more about Defaqto rated travel insurance.
Get cover for cancellations, trips-cut-short and medical expenses – even if you’ve been diagnosed with coronavirus.
Virgin Money is a trading name of Clydesdale Bank PLC. Virgin Money Travel Insurance is provided by InsureandGo. Policy terms and exclusions apply.
For our latest guidance, frequently asked questions, and to find out what you’re covered for, visit our dedicated coronavirus hub.
Travel insurance policy documents
Travel insurance is provided and underwritten by American International Group UK Limited (FCA No 781109) which is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Formerly the Financial Services Authority) and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
Clydesdale Bank will not charge you a fee for arranging Travel Insurance but will receive commission from AIG for any sale made and subsequent policies renewed.
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