New York, New York – April 8, 2019 – Everest Insurance® announced today the launch of Everest Alpine International™ ‐ a new, enhanced version of its Multinational coverage form. Everest Alpine International™ can provide clients with international exposures any combination of the following six lines of coverage: General Liability, Contingent Auto Liability, Business Travel Accident, Foreign Voluntary Workers’ Compensation, Kidnap/Ransom/Extortion, and Commercial Property.
Enhancements to the Everest Alpine International™ form include expanded coverage for Business Travel Accident and Kidnap, Ransom, and Extortion coverages, as well as new enhancements for Educational, Manufacturing and Business Services accounts.
“We are pleased to continue expanding our product offering, supported by our Everest Insurance® International colleagues and a network of other leading providers, to better meet the evolving needs of our multinational clients,” said Douglas Guenther, Head of Everest Multinational. “As more US‐ based businesses look to expand their operations internationally, we are working to ensure our product offering facilitates their ability to do so with confidence and ease.”
Additional features and policy information can be found on our website at www.everestre.com
About Everest Re Group, Ltd.
Everest Re Group, Ltd. ("Everest") is a leading global provider of reinsurance and insurance, operating for more than 40 years through subsidiaries in the U.S., Europe, Bermuda and other territories.
Everest offers property, casualty, and specialty products through its various operating affiliates located in key markets around the world.
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