An insurer has kicked off a 12-month program to reinvigorate its insurance cover solutions, starting with additional benefits to its general public and products liability cover.
A specialist player has won a new deal which will see it work closely with a well-known broker to deliver a comprehensive insurance solution for a commercial client.
Heavy hitters from CGU, Wesfarmers and Ansvar have aligned themselves with the network as the group strives for strategic growth.
Nine months after a community centre was targeted by arsonists, it’s now back up and running, resuming a vital service for hundreds of families.
A broker-facing insurer previously lost out to a "larger generalist" player on the contract but, admitting it was “hard work changing insurers year after year”, the client has resurrected the arrangement.
As investigations into child abuse by religious organisations and TV personalities in Britain and Ireland continue, what will the outcome of Australia’s own inquiry mean to insurers?
The company's quest to become a broker-facing brand has been rewarded with an excellent financial strength rating.
Allegations against a once highly popular TV star could cost insurers millions of dollars and force them to reassess liability limits and exclusion policies.