Gan Eurocourtage targets VSEs and SMEs

The health and welfare market for expatriates is not affected by the crisis.

With its new standard insurance for expatriates and seconded workers, Gan Eurocourtage targets VSEs and SMEs and aims to simplify health insurance for employees on international mobility.

Gan Eurocourtage has been present on the international mobility market for around thirty years. The insurer collects 80 million euros in premiums per year on the international health market, but mainly in individual insurance and through specialized brokers on the international market. In group insurance, Gan Eurocourtage has so far addressed large accounts with tailor-made solutions.

The insurer is now reviewing its strategy and focusing on smaller companies (between 5 and 50 employees abroad). This is why Gan Eurocourtage is launching Gamya Mobilité Internationale, a new white-label health cover for VSEs and SMEs. Gan Eurocourtage intends to reach them through its network of non-specialist partner brokers, attached to Groupama Gan Vie, as well as its network of general agents.

The Covid crisis and the war in Ukraine have made companies aware of the need to properly cover their employees abroad with dedicated offers. With our new offer, we want to reach a new target and make international health insurance more accessible. commented Sanida Vorasarn, commercial inspector specializing in health and provident insurance for expatriates at Gan Eurocourtage.

Unlike the tailor-made offers available on the international mobility market, Galya Mobilité claims to be a turnkey solution. It covers expatriate employees as well as seconded employees, with four different levels of guarantees ranging from 250,000 euros to 2 million euros in coverage of health costs. Customer companies can also subscribe to premium assistance and warranty reinforcements in audio and dental.

Gan Eurocourtage has outsourced the management of the contract to a health specialist abroad whose name it did not wish to communicate. Assistance was entrusted to Mutuaide, a subsidiary of the Groupama group.

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