PLUS: Lloyd’s of London shuffles the deck as a veteran takes new role, and JLT Australia reaches out to China.
An Australian insurer has restructured its business into three key divisions in a bid to create a more customer-focused and efficient organisation
An Australian-owned agency has made a string of hires in its construction and plant teams, forging ahead with plans to build its underwriting capacity.
An insurer has followed through on promises to provide new broker business development tools focused on SMEs, while defending its previous commission reductions on home cover.
The industry is on standby to help beleaguered Queenslanders as they return to their properties after a weekend of wild, stormy weather.
An insurer is undertaking a strata building resilience project which will see it revisit pricing, and could possibly lead to premium reductions of 25%.
The ACCC has given IAG its seal of approval to buy Wesfarmers’ underwriting business but there are still questions as to how the operation will be integrated.
Adapt or die was the stark warning an insurance boss issued to delegates at Steadfast yesterday. Those that fail to adjust to the global shifts at play will ultimately lose out.
An insurance company’s net profit after tax grew by almost $200m and has reported improved operating performances from its businesses in Australia.
A not-for-profit organisation is taking a number of cases where insurers are said to have discriminated against policyholders to the Human Rights Commission – and it has not ruled out a class action either.