Making news this week, the Aussie industry reacts to Brexit, two major players unveil a ground breaking partnership and a major firm unveils a new exec
Winning new clients is always a boost for a broker’s book of business but not enough ensure their client’s coverage is still adequate.
Redundancy is a lot harder to get right than most organisations think – are you at risk of adverse action?
Allianz may have taken out the big prize, but which niche insurer took away a surprise double at the 2013 Australian Insurance Industry Awards?
Kay talks houses made out hay bales, the direct market, and why nursing is similar to insurance broking.
Homeowners could be putting their properties at risk using smart phone technology but could it also reduce claim severity and frequency?
Earthquakes, fires and dust explosions: A broker revelled in a unique experience, getting up close and personal with the catastrophes clients face.
As a broker, first impressions begin with a handshake and can mean the start of a profitable relationship with a client so whether your handshake is a dominator or a wet fish, what signals are you giving with your grip?
For many, the humble email has turned from an efficient mode of communication to an endless torrent of irrelevant reply-all messages and high priority spam. Could banning email altogether be the answer?
Insurance brokers play a critical role when clients go bust - but what are your legal obligations?
Brooklyn Underwriting’s Denver Van Gramberg explains why business development managers play a vital role in today’s insurance industry.