ASIC has launched a national financial literacy program and a host of existing insurance educational campaigns will form part of it.
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Hackers aren’t just targeting SMEs because they are deemed easy targets, they’re seen as gateways to even more lucrative companies.
A roundtable of businesses and insurers has said a national platform could help make use of valuable information on natural disasters currently held by several organisations that can be difficult to access.
An industry body has addressed concerns raised about insurers’ transparency over premium pricing, saying it is already being examined.
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News that a CTP scheme has been privatised has been welcomed by the industry, which it states will benefit the consumer, taxpayer and government.
A report has found that premiums in North Queensland are not unreasonably high, though insurers are reluctant to take on new business.
The insurance industry has welcomed big, long-called for moves by two state governments to ease pressure faced by policyholders.
Policyholders will come under strict instructions to uphold their duty of disclosure to insurers, and new legislative amendments are to be put in place to help insurers enforce this.