An insurance brand for advisers, that recently celebrated its first birthday, reflects on the growing popularity of authorised representativeness.
Spurred on by the recent weather events, a major insurer is now accepting bulk lodgement of claims and has increased brokers' claims acceptance authority.
A leading insurance company is cutting the premiums for not-for-profit organisations so they can put the savings back into their worthy causes.
A state government has opened an inquiry into the motor insurance repairs industy to address a hole in legislation.
An insurance company is going to great pains to educate its staff on managing personal injury claims and hopes to set a standard across the industry.
Were rumours that Zurich was to buy Wesfarmers' insurance division all part of a strategic plan to attract a buyer?
It may sound good on paper, but brokers have been urged to make sure ‘burning cost’ policies don’t singe their customers’ claims experience.
While the Blue Mountains bushfires were devastating for the affected policyholders, insurance losses are likely to be 'modest'.
Another insurer has revealed its total insurance losses from the NSW bushfires.
An insurance company has made history in securing a unique sponsorship deal with an iconic stadium; and risk management award winners are revealed…