Dec 19, 2022
CNA’s Adam Puchalski featured in Insurance Business Canada

In an article published by Insurance Business Canada, CNA’s Adam Puchalski discusses the revival of business travel and international solutions to ensure executives and employees stay safe abroad.


Business travel is bouncing back after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Reuters reported that Air Canada expects business travel to return to 75% to 80% of pre-pandemic levels by 2023, as North American offices reopen and COVID restrictions are eased further. The steady recovery in business travel means organizations need to ensure they have adequate insurance coverage for their executives and employees.


“When executives are traveling overseas, they often do so for conferences, business meetings, or perhaps to investigate whether there are investment opportunities for them to expand their business,” said Adam Puchalski, Underwriting Manager, International Solutions for CNA Canada. “Careful consideration should be given to the fact that even minor injuries can require significant treatment.” 


For more information and personal insights, read the full feature: 'International solutions: Protection and companion services for business travellers’ published in Insurance Business Canada.