Far Out Friday: Insurance aggregator boss to build own city
The owner of one of the world’s most successful aggregators, not content with owning the biggest home in South Africa, is building his own city.
Five Minutes With...Nicki Tofler, NIBA
Nicki Tofler, member services and relationships manager at NIBA, talks about joining the insurance industry, raising the standard of education among brokers and dining with the People's Princess.
Far Out Friday: Insurer orders young drivers to get counselling or lose cover
"So tell me, how are you feeling?" is a question badly behaved young drivers could be forced to answer as an insurer is using therapy to help them understand risk.
Five Minutes With...James Wallace, Wallace Risk Solutions
James Wallace, director of Wallace Risk Solutions, talks about getting his Australian Financial Services Licence, fighter jets and the immortal Iggy Pop.
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.
Far Out Friday: Unusual Aussie travel claims
It’s quite common for travellers to make claims for theft, lost luggage or falling ill but there are some hapless Aussie globetrotters who probably dreaded filling out their claim form.
Five Minutes With...Brad Smith, Allianz Global Assistance
Allianz Global Assistance chief sales officer Brad Smith talks about eliminating poverty, tight margins and being a nomad.
Five Minutes With...Glen Drinnan, Affiliated FM
Glen Drinnan, director of commercial property insurer Affiliated FM, talks about abolishing taxes and levies on premiums, protecting one's reputation and insuring water.
Far Out Friday: Now even the undead need insurance
A zombie invasion in Canada this month required its members to scare up insurance money or face the more terrifying prospect of a personal injury lawsuit.
Five Minutes With...Paul Miller, SSP
Paul Miller, general manager of SSP Asia Pacific, talks about inefficiencies, the 80s, and reinstating a Minister for Science.