Citi Benefits Handbook
Business Travel Accident/Medical (BTA/BTM) Insurance
BTA/BTM pays benefits for bodily injury and/or death when a covered accident is incurred while traveling on company business. In addition to BTA, the BTM program provides non-routine and emergency medical coverage while traveling on business for Citi.
- Coverage is provided by Chubb. All regular full-time and part-time employees have BTA coverage equal to five times their benefits eligible pay to a maximum benefit of $2 million. Your spouse/partner and/or dependent children are considered covered persons and have BTA coverage while accompanying you on a business or relocation trip. An eligible spouse/partner has a coverage amount of $150,000.
- Each eligible dependent child (up to age 26) has a coverage amount of $25,000.
BTA benefits are paid in the event of death, dismemberment, paralysis and loss of speech and/or hearing while traveling on an approved trip made on behalf of the Company. Certain covered losses are subject to limitations. Depending on the nature of your loss, you may be entitled to recover less than your total coverage amount.
If you suffer more than one loss in an accident, you will be paid only for the loss that provides the largest benefit. Each aircraft accident is subject to a maximum benefit limit, regardless of the number of covered persons who incur a loss or the severity of the loss.
Your BTA beneficiary — the person or persons designated to receive any benefit payable at your death — is the same beneficiary designated for your Basic Life insurance. If you do not have Basic Life insurance, you can designate a beneficiary by visiting Your Benefits Resources™. You can link to Your Benefits Resources™ through My Total Compensation and Benefits at www.totalcomponline.com. Otherwise, the beneficiary is your spouse/partner, then your children, and then your estate.