Brokerage boosts financial and professional risks practice
A brokerage has appointed a former Zurich financial lines manager to a newly-created role.
Burgeoning broker adds AR to network
A growing SME brokerage, which launched last year, has named the newest AR to come on board.
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.
Brokers granted amnesty to refund policyholders fire services levy
Twenty brokers and six underwriters who unlawfully charged a fire services levy after 30 June, 2013, must refund policyholders by the end of the month.
Insurance professionals leaving workers comp to join life sector
Workers compensation professionals in NSW are joining the life insurance sector, lured by competitive salaries.
Independent online broker hub goes live
After months of work, a novel website designed to help brokers get to grips with social media, exhibiting and marketing has gone live.
NIBA rubbishes rumours of UAC 'rift'
NIBA has rubbished claims there is a "rift" between the broking body and UAC due to an independent underwriting expo being organised, and said the organisations will meet in two weeks.
Premium funder calls for tougher sentencing for white collar crime
A premium funder targeted by a fraudulent broker says the legal system is too lenient on white collar crimes.
Broker slams rivals for stealing website content
A broker has spoken of his frustration at rivals which he claims are blatantly copying content from his website and passing it off as their own.
Insurer backs plans for obligatory government-backed organisation insurance
Government-funded bodies will be required to be adequately insured under new recommendations born out of an inquiry into child sexual abuse.