ASIC has announced the permanent banning of one broker for a host of misconduct charges which saw excess fees of over $3 million charged.
One of Australia’s largest AR networks has announced a “subtle but unique change” in a bid to recognise the professionalism of its brokers.
ASIC has announced that it has cancelled the AFS licenses of a broker and its related entities in underwriting and insurance services following a number of breaches.
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An education expert has said that the insurance industry needs to ‘raise the bar’ when it comes to educating its employees as the industry offers ‘the cheapest, shortest and easiest’ diplomas they have seen.
The Government has announced plans to review the funding structure of ASIC with a major change in the offing.
An Australian company has released a free mobile app aimed at helping thousands of Australians reduce their risk of being under-insured.
Luke Grasic of Sportscover is part of the Insurance Business Young Guns 2015.
A senior financial planner, who worked in the insurance arm of a major business, has been permanently banned thanks to a host of breaches.
A leading insurer has revealed which companies suffer when it comes to one, often overlooked, aspect of cover which could provide brokers with more business.