The Henrico travel insurance company is changing its name to Allianz Global Assistance.
After initially leasing four of five floors, a locally-based travel insurance company Mondial Assistance decided to lease all five floors of the Deep Run I office building in Western Henrico.
One of our meatiest Herds ever (either more people are changing jobs or RBS is getting more submissions), with moves in law, wealth management and architecture/building trades.
Richmond-based travel insurance firm Mondial Assistance inks a deal to lease 240,000 square feet in the former Circuit City headquarters building.
Some big moves in law, plus new hires in investment banking and wealth management.
Travel insurer Mondial Assistance, which has a large Richmond office, got a bit of a thriller on news of Michael Jackson’s death. The King of Pop was preparing for a sold-out concert series in London. With about a quarter-million tickets sold, a handful of companies are preparing to deal with perhaps the largest mass refund… Read more »
One of the largest employers in the Richmond region, Mondial Assistance handled a total of 13.5 million cases or an average of one case every two seconds. A case is either an assistance call or customer insurance claim.
Mondial Assistance USA, a global travel insurance and assistance company with U.S. operations in Henrico County, today announced the 2009 Access Abroad scholarship recipients – two J.R. Tucker High School students – that each will receive scholarships of $2,500 for study abroad. The scholarships will be presented by Mondial Assistance President and CEO Jon Ansell… Read more »
Mondial Assistance has been nominated as a finalist for two of the seven awards to be presented by The Greater Richmond Technology Council (GRTC) at their Fourteenth Annual Technology Stars Awards Gala, scheduled for May 13, 2009. The awards highlight the best and brightest individuals and organizations – the “technology stars” – in the Greater… Read more »
Mondial Assistance USA, based in Henrico County, Virginia, announced it has donated more than $3,000 to the Central Virginia Food Bank (CVFB) as a result of its “Chairs for Charity” drive. The drive was organized by Mondial Assistance associates who sold no-longer-needed desk chairs for $15 each, though most sales generated far more in voluntary… Read more »