PLUS: An insurer launches app to make life easier for brokers; an Aussie giant sells $350m of floating rate notes for an acquisition; a Marsh state manager joins a new team, and more.
An Aussie insurer plans to raise millions to partially fund the acquisition of an underwriting business it earmarked to buy last year.
A well-known insurance player will float its broking business on ASX, and could reveal the plans as early as today, Insurance Business understands.
An insurance company’s net profit after tax grew by almost $200m and has reported improved operating performances from its businesses in Australia.
A major insurance brand has been spotted in the media spruiking schoolbag insurance…. Can they be serious?
One of Australia's biggest insurers is in a good position to capitalise on any market disruption caused by situations like IAG's acquisition of Wesfarmers' insurance businesses, according to its CEO.
An insurance company has raised hundreds of millions through its shareholder purchase plan which will be used to partially fund a major deal.
An insurance company anticipates a boost in insurance margin for the full year 2014 – even without the impact of a $1.8bn acquisition of a rival's business made late last year.
An insurance company that sold part of its business and retained the other two arms has spoken of its plans for them.
The regulator is reviewing IAG’s acquisition of Wesfarmers’ underwriting arm to ascertain whether the move will lessen market competition.