The highly-anticipated newly reformed Privacy Act but fears remain that businesses are not prepared.
Insurers may tempt brokers with "like-for-like" special offers on personal lines following Vero's controversial commission cuts.
It's not unethical for retailers to track consumer shopping habits and use that information, it’s just the way the world is – and brokers shouldn’t be left behind.
With just days until the Federal Election, brokers are giving their views on the main contenders in the race.
Last month saw brokers boost their books of business – but it was not without sacrifices and challenges that are set to get worse.
Brokers are throwing their weight behind a defrauded Dual, but could the incident destroy the underwriter's reputation for good?
Legislation that imposes stricter reporting rules for investigating medical professionals has prompted concerns that it will lead to higher premiums but some believe it will drive costs down.
The news that an aggregator had “misleading” content from its website has added fuel to the argument that a broker should be the preferred choice.
Allegations against a once highly popular TV star could cost insurers millions of dollars and force them to reassess liability limits and exclusion policies.
Far from being pushed out by direct insurance and aggregators, brokers are clawing back business. But have insurers recognised the role of intermediaries is more crucial, and not immaterial?