Nicki Tofler, member services and relationships manager at NIBA, talks about joining the insurance industry, raising the standard of education among brokers and dining with the People's Princess.
ASIC is looking to crack down on mis-sold insurance products over the coming year.
An ex-director of an insurance company has pleaded guilty to 39 counts of dishonest conduct.
The regulator has handed a lifelong ban to an insurance broker who deposited client cheques into his personal bank account for his own use.
A premium funder targeted by a fraudulent broker says the legal system is too lenient on white collar crimes.
ASIC has rejected criticism over its decision not to prosecute an insurance broker who swindled more than $1m by submitting fake premium funding applications.
Two non-executive directors are to step down from an insurer’s board at the end of this year, while three new members will join next month.
An insurance professional dubbed funeral insurance “a waste of money” at NIBA 2014 and is calling for advertising of such products to be stopped.
Non-insurance rates among property owners are potentially higher than previously estimated, while misconceptions continue among these insurance buyers about policy coverage and risk exposure.
ASIC has launched a national financial literacy program and a host of existing insurance educational campaigns will form part of it.