ASIC has announced that they have suspended the Australian financial services license of a business due to a lapse in insurance coverage
The Turnbull government’s decision to boost ASIC’s surveillance power and funding by $127 million has been welcomed by the insurance industry but they are not a silver bullet
A Perth-based insurance broker found to be not of good fame or character has been barred by ASIC.
ASIC has announced that it has signed a ‘world-first’ international agreement with its counterpart in the UK to help drive innovation in financial services
The CEO of one of the biggest insurers in Australia has backed a speech made by ASIC’s chairman this week on a new area of focus for the regulator and given his advice to brokers looking to improve a key element of their business
‘Decisive action’ needs to be taken across the insurance industry to address consumer concerns about their treatment during the claims process, a legal centre has said
Making news this week, a new underwriter has launched in the Australia market, ASIC has called on insurers to further improve their offerings and a broker network has added an industry veteran
ASIC has said it is targeting financial services licensees who use the term "independent"
The regulator has called for further improvements from insurers in a bid to help consumers make better choices and curb underinsurance
Making news this week, ASIC concluded its investigation into a major insurer which now faces a 7-figure payout, Google will reportedly drop its insurance plans and a major player announces strong results