Association members and business partners flocked to Queensland to celebrate the all-round hard workers of the insurance industry.
Darren Trott of Claim Central talks to Insurance Business about how, despite much the industry's recent embrace of technology, claims is still lagging behind.
A number of institutional investors are working on compiling information for a potential class action against an insurer.
Major insurance companies are being called on to explain whether climate change denying corporate executives can rely on their D&O insurance policies if they are hauled into court.
PLUS: Lloyd’s of London shuffles the deck as a veteran takes new role, and JLT Australia reaches out to China.
A ratings agency has affirmed an insurance group’s ‘A+’ rating but has expressed concerns over certain operations.
A state government is set to overhaul an existing builders warranty scheme, currently underwritten by a market-leading insurer, in favour of an entirely new consumer protection scheme.
A well-known national business has sold its remaining equity holding in an underwriting agency to an insurer, meaning that insurer wholly owns the agency.
An Australian insurance company is forging ahead with plans to streamline its business and improve costs and service by utilising resources overseas.
PLUS: The Institute beefs up, an insurer wins claims accolade, and Stream Group gets a new general manager.