A global brokerage has rebranded its recently-acquired premium funding operation and has appointed a new CEO who is championing the independence of the premium funding arm.
Plus: An industry body gets a new sponsor, Wesfarmers completes the sale of its underwriting operations, and a law firm reveals key appointments.
About to merge offices? Answering this question is crucial for a successful deal, says Deloitte M&A strategist.
PLUS: One of the biggest global brokers gets the go ahead to buy a life insurance company, a CEO spends a night on the streets for charity and Wesfarmers completes the sale of its broking and premium funding operations and is given the green light to divest the underwriting arm.
Several passionate insurance professionals have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday 2014 Honours list. Read on to find out who.
An actuary at an insurer has landed the 2014 Aon Benfield Scholarship after producing an essay examining a key issue that insurance industries across the world are pondering.
An Australian insurer has restructured its business into three key divisions in a bid to create a more customer-focused and efficient organisation
A ratings agency has indicated that it will withdraw its ratings for a major Australian insurer, with the insurance company unwilling to enter into a commercial arrangement for them to continue.
A major Australian insurer has been granted another important approval to forge ahead with an acquisition plan after weeks of speculation and debate.
The NZ insurance industry is still on tenterhooks as one of the most important decisions to affect it in years is delayed yet again.