Five Minutes With...Gemma Gould, MGA Insurance Brokers
Gemma Gould, senior broker at MGA Insurance Brokers and published author, talks about client advocacy, scrapping stamp duty and her debut book BreakThru Brokin: Unleash The Broker Within.
Brokers must build business community groups around them to survive
Brokers must provide more than just insurance solutions in future, and need to work with other non-insurance professionals if they are to survive, say top brokers.
Sydney insurance broker pens book for new recruits
A Sydney broker was so frustrated with the lack of resources available to potential new recruits that she took it upon herself to change things.
National brokerage buys 50% stake in joint venture deal
A broking firm, with specialisms in rural and farming, has teamed up with a player with similar specialities in a bid to expand its presence.
Brokers battle with insurers over ‘ritualistic’ 25% price hikes
Brokers say some insurers are increasing premiums by as much as 25% at renewal regardless of policyholders' claims histories.
Insurance Business names Elite Brokers of the Year
Insurance Business has published its Elite Broker of the Year list for 2014 - and it has some familiar faces at the top. Find out who ranked where this year!
Broker advocate produces insurance buying guides as industry tackles One Big Switch campaign
As concerns over the One Big Switch reach new levels, an industry professional is taking a proactive approach to helping consumers make the right insurance choices for them.
Why MGA is exploring new frontiers in broking
John George, chairman of MGA Insurance Brokers talks Insurance Business Online through the reasoning behind their expansion into South East Asia, beginning with their Cambodian office.
Brokerage partners up with accountancy firm in joint venture
A 39-year-old brokerage is entering into a partnership with a financial services firm, providing a new set of clients with general insurance services.
Fostering the future of insurance broking
Members of NIBA's NSW Young Professional Committee, Andrew Faber of MGA, Noel Kelly of Austbrokers and Scott Woodward of Zurich, explain how and why the industry is acting now to develop young talent.