Exclusive Features

  • The dirt on Yellow Cover

    Effectively engaging with the construction industry means building close relationships with the right insurers. IB spoke with NTI’s David Kidd to find out what its Yellow Cover product has to offer

  • Helping customers stay shipshape

    Marine insurance is a key product for many Australian businesses, yet it often goes overlooked. Zurich Australia’s James Butchart tells IB how brokers can help close that gap

  • Dealing with digital threats

    In 2019, cyber insurance isn’t an optional extension – it’s essential for any business that takes online security seriously. James Crowther of Agile Underwriting tells IB what brokers need to know

  • Bracing for future impact

    Accident and health insurance continues to change at a rapid pace – so how can brokers ensure they’re staying up-to-date? Monica Flesser of AHI gives IB an overview of progress in the industry

  • Ensuring a professional approach

    As professional indemnity insurance expands into new markets, IB caught up with Katie Stranaghan of High Street Underwriting Agency to find how the changes will affect brokers and insurers alike

  • Beyond Surface Restoration

    What sort of water damage issues should your clients be aware of? Steamatic’s Erica Booker tells IB what brokers need to know about remediation following a natural disaster

  • Preparing for the worst

    Product recall insurance is a significant component of Liberty’s crisis management offering – and it’s crucial for fast-moving consumer goods businesses. Liberty’s Donna Niblock explains why

  • Forging new network connections

    Shaun Standfield of Insurance Advisernet explains how becoming an authorised representative can help brokers deliver better service for their clients