IAG news

  • International recognition for risk mitigation group

    The results are in and an Australian industry risk mitigation program has been recognised for its work by the United Nations.

  • Rod Sims

    The implications of the IAG/Wesfarmers deal has occupied many minds over the last few months, but there’s one man who could undo the whole thing: ACCC chief Rod Sims.

  • National manager appointed to Aussie underwriting business

    One of the largest insurers in Australia has announced a new national manager for one of its underwriting businesses, it has been announced.

  • Peter Harmer

    Harmer has been quietly reworking CGU’s business over the last year to make it a leaner, more nimble operation.

  • Mike Wilkins

    While the Steadfast IPO may have been the story of 2013, it was IAG’s purchase of a large tranche of Wesfarmers’ insurance arm that should take the title of Coup of the Year – especially as IAG was only linked with the sale a few days before it was finalised.

  • Sarah Kempton

    Previously working as an underwriter for IAG Group in New Zealand, Sarah Kempton’s first year and a half in insurance broking in Darwin has been a resounding success, having quickly built a rapport with her clients and gained a strong knowledge of commercial products.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Major player announces string of executive changes

    A major Australian insurer has announced several changes to its executive team across the business.

  • Aussie insurance project short-listed for UN award

    An Australian project aimed at disaster resilience and featuring the CEO of a major Australian insurer has been short-listed for a prestigious international award.

  • Insurance forums planned for cyclone victims

    An insurance industry group has announced a pair of forums for the area of Queensland hit by Cyclone Marcia, it has been announced.

  • Insurer reveals cyclone damage

    A major insurer in Queensland has provided a ‘preliminary estimate’ of the damage caused by Cyclone Marcia and revealed that the storm has put pressure on its targets for the financial year.