Making news this week one major insurer has gone through a number of changes with a new Aussie practice announced, another player has revealed a regional reshuffle and two insurers are recognised for their commitment to equality.
Only two insurers operating in Australia have been highlighted as employees of choice for gender equality as the industry looks to continue its push for diversity.
PLUS: ACE names new leadership positions post-Chubb merger and NZ PM visits insurance institution Lloyd's.
The latest research into the true cost of ‘inefficient’ insurance taxes has been released as the Australian economy could see billion dollar benefits if the taxes are removed.
Plus: Industry heats up debate on climate change and “More miles” burn US$113M hole through major US insurer's results.
This week saw the Government response to the Financial Systems Inquiry as the industry mostly welcomed the decisions made from the report.
NIBA has responded to the Government’s position on the Financial Systems Inquiry and will seek further clarification on issues that could have an effect on brokers.
Industry leaders have responded positively to the Government decisions surrounding the Financial Systems Inquiry.
A new report into cyber insurance has revealed the astounding growth of the market as the researchers give brokers advice on what to do next.
Gareth Horne, Partner, with Clyde & Co’s insurance practice talks about technology, hole-in-one cover and Irish coffee.