Making news this week one major insurer has gone through a number of changes with a new Aussie practice announced, another player has revealed a regional reshuffle and two insurers are recognised for their commitment to equality.
Driverless cars made their debut on Australian public roads this week, what could they mean for the insurance industry?
Business confidence has strengthened in October to its highest level in nearly a year.
A major international insurer is seeking a replacement for its international CEO after a poor set of third quarter results.
A leading Australian insurer has revealed a new brand identity as it looks to differentiate between itself and the competition.
When this elderly driver crashed her minivan through the front window of a building, she didn’t have far to go to file an insurance claim.
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83 million client records stolen, counterfeit pharmaceuticals, stock manipulation – and this is probably just the start as hacking becomes “a business model.”
A major international player has announced further expansion in Australia with a new presence in key area of risk.
As the current El Nino cycle affecting Australia moves into its sixth month, a pair of industry leaders have spoken on how the weather pattern could affect the insurance industry and what brokers need to do to help their clients.