Brokers are in a “great position” in a key market if they step away from electronic platforms and get closer to clients, says expert
An insurance company based in Europe has bought 100% of an Australian underwriting business it has been announced.
An industry institute has launched the first Australian survey to find out about the experiences of women working in insurance
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has taken action against a rental car company it accuses of unfair contract terms and misleading conduct with relation to insurance liability cover.
A leading insurance body has announced the appointment of a new president and deputy president.
An Australian brokerage has revealed its future plans following on from its acquisition by Arthur J Gallagher earlier this year.
Insurance Council of Australia and an Australian broker have warned consumers about the dangers of e-leasing their property as they may not be covered by their insurance to do so.
A Queensland broker that is petitioning government to re-think its changes on unauthorised foreign insurers submits first petition to finance minister Mathias Cormann.
Global insurance giants have released their third quarter results, and there's a common factor helping drive profits
An Australian underwriter has launched what it describes as a world first in coverage for the Ebola outbreak.
A court decision in Canberra ordering a cyclist to pay $1.7million in an insurance settlement to a fellow cyclist has seen an ‘immediate uptick’ in cycling liability policies according to an insurer.