Multinational Employers & Global insurance


The high cost and lack of accessibility to quality medical care coupled with an increasing trend towards the globalization of healthcare services continues to spur the growth of medical tourism.

Asia-Pacific’s high quality healthcare infrastructure and expertise in critical care procedures make it an ideal choice for multinational employers and global insurance companies who face unique challenges in developing and managing complex international benefits & compensation plans for global employees.

When it comes to international benefits exposures, many companies are far more vulnerable than they realize. Often, benefits professionals are focused on domestic issues. With more companies expanding internationally, it is critical that companies become informed about avoiding the risks of conducting business on a global scale.

The growth of the middle class and high net worth population in Asia-Pacific presents the opportunity for insurers to increase their sales of personal lines insurance products, as well as health insurance. The middle class in the Asia-Pacific region numbers 525 million people, more than the population of the EU. Roughly one-third of the world’s middle class today, it is expected to represent more than half the world’s middle class by 2020.

In China, the health insurance market is growing strongly as consumers turn to the private

sector to fill in the gaps left by inadequate government schemes.

Why attend WMTC Asia-Pacific 2015?

  • WMTC Asia-Pacific 2015 will bring together multinational employers, international insurance companies and foreign governments involved in purchasing and providing global benefits, expatriate health insurance coverage and travel insurance to employees and individuals.
  • Partner with international centers of excellence in the Asia-Pacific region and achieve better outcomes, with fewer complications and misdiagnosis, which lead to lower healthcare costs and employees returning to work sooner
  • Implement Medical Tourism into your global benefits plan.
  • Learn how to increase employee engagement in your global benefits plan.
  • Learn why international medical tourism is an attractive alternative for your ethnic employees.
  • Identify the best centers of excellence in the Asia-Pacific region for your expatriate employees.