An insurance company has dropped premiums by as much as 30% and there is hope that other insurers will also cut their prices.
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.
PLUS: An insurer hires a new state manager, an executive team is expanded and an award winner is revealed.
More than one-third of SMEs who currently buy insurance directly would consider using a broker, according to new research – but what kind of businesses should you target?
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.
A loss adjuster has spoken out about being dropped from a major insurer’s panel but has vowed to plough on with its transformation plan.
An insurance giant has begun the process of ensuring all its businesses are in line with the new set of standards just days after a revised industry code was finally unveiled.
Insurance companies are receiving large quantities of machinery breakdown claims as a result of above-average temperatures.
Jeff Forbes, managing director of Consolidated Insurances, talks about modernising systems, developing staff and insuring a Viking ship.
Yesterday challenger brand Budget Direct’s CEO said IAG's acquisition of Wesfarmers’ underwriting business spells bad news for customer choice, as IAG and Suncorp will control a substantial share of the personal lines market – now the two insurers have their say.