Changes have been proposed to ease the reporting burden
The CEO of a global insurer has warned that competition in the global market could see commercial rates down “by as much as 15%”.
Underwriting agencies can expect a growth of gross written premiums from Australian brokers over the coming years according to new research.
The chief technology officer of a global IT firm has advised brokers to 'enable their environment' rather than totally transform their IT strategy.
Havoc-wreaking children can add thousands in repair bills to home expenses, a new study has found, meaning the cost of raising a child just got a whole lot higher.
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A Queensland broker has called for a professional standard scheme to protect brokers and consumers if they deal with an unauthorised foreign insurer.
A digital communications expert has given her view on the role of social media in the insurance industry and what brokers can do with their social presence.
Daniel P. Franzetti, Chief Claims Officer at Zurich, talks about the future of claims, the perception of the insurance industry and golf carts.
The Victorian government has outlined changes that could see the maximum amount of damages that can be awarded for non-economic loss raised.
An Australian insurer has hired a claims manager to build on the reputation of its dedicated claims team.