Dynamiq news

  • Outstanding risk professionals star at the 2017 RMIA awards

    The awardees were recognised for performing beyond their roles and leading the risk profession by example

  • Could organisational resilience set your brokerage apart?

    Expert says that approaching clients on rising issue could be a “key differentiator”

  • Safe Travels

    In this increasingly volatile international political climate, it’s more important than ever for employers to understand terrorism risk when placing coverage for their corporate travelers

  • Brokers: Changing the outlook on terrorism

    Staff training and knowledge vital to risk reduction in rising threat landscape

  • Rising to the threat

    Terrorism risk is a very real threat and it is on the rise for businesses with operations in Australia and around the world. Global emergency management company, Dynamiq, recently held a terrorist simulation event at their office in Sydney, which provided brokers and clients with information they need to stay safe in the event that one of their staff members is caught up in an attack. We spoke with Daniel Pritchard, CEO of Dynamiq, about the current terror threat in Australia and what it means for businesses.

  • RMIA announces new CEO

    Nationwide body announces new CEO with experience at some of the biggest names in the industry

  • Brokers need to be proactive on terrorism risk

    While it may be unlikely to have a client involved in this rising risk, brokers still need to think ahead

  • Safe travels

    In this increasingly volatile international political climate, it’s more important than ever for employers to understand terrorism risk when placing coverage for their corporate travellers

  • Safe Travels

    In this increasingly volatile international political climate, it’s more important than ever for employers to understand terrorism risk when placing coverage for their corporate travellers

  • London attacks bring brokers into focus

    Broker policies offer best form of protection for clients in the wake of the London terror attacks, an expert has said