Great Lakes Travel Insurance Australia

Who is Great Lakes?

Great Lakes Reinsurance is an international Canadian and European insurer headed up by the Munich Reinsurance Company (Munich Re).

Together they service millions of customers all around the world. Munich Re prides itself on its reliability, and underwrites policies covering engineering, aviation, transport and space travel projects, as well as life, health, property and travel insurance policies.

Great Lakes no longer underwrites retail products in Australia.

Great Lakes Reinsurance Company Profile:

  • A.M. Best Rating: A+
  • S&P Rating: AA-
  • Total assets: £5,518.3 million
  • Established: 1951
  • Acquisition by Munich Re: 1975

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    SandraMacArthurMarch 5, 2018

    Can you please advise is you would cover me for travel insurance to Greece. I have pre existing conditions called Aplastic anaemia and PNH.

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      MayMarch 6, 2018Staff

      Hi Sandra,

      Thank you for your inquiry. Please note that you’ve reached finder. We’re a comparison website and does not offer the insurance ourselves.

      If you’re interested in getting insurance from one of the brands that Great Lakes underwrites, please contact them directly. Usually, a pre-existing medical condition is not automatically covered by most brands and you will have to pay for an extra cost in order to get cover. As insurance companies differ in their T&Cs in terms of covering pre-existing conditions, best to check this out with them directly.

      Meantime, if you want to know which brand who might cover you, please check this guide. Hope this can help.

      Cheers,
      May

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