“Insurers will say we can’t continue to write it on this basis, it is simply not sustainable”
An expert on the disruptive potential of technology has diagnosed insurance broking and other insurance intermediaries as potential candidates for disruption by new technology.
The CEO of the Insurance Brokers Association of New Zealand, having recently weathered two devastating earthquakes, delivered some stark advice to his Aussie neighbours at the NIBA Convention yesterday.
To be a successful broker in the future comes down to four key components, according to a broking expert speaking at NIBA 2014.
A premium funder has released a new low rate corporate offering for brokers, said be one of the lowest in the market.
An Aussie insurance broking boss has been crowned NIBA Broker of the Year. Read on to find out who else scooped this year’s awards, including the General Insurer of the Year.
The president of NIBA David Wyner has opened the association’s convention in Adelaide by warning against ‘unnecessary and ineffective’ regulation that could cause ‘collateral damage’ for brokers and their businesses.
As NIBA's annual convention begins in Adelaide, CEO Dallas Booth has said brokers doing business like they were five years ago need to rethink their plans, and that providing value to clients will ensure they ‘own the future'.
A global brokerage sees the addition of a well-respected local brokerage in Queensland as a ‘complement’ to its offering and growth plans in the Australian market.
An insurance broker sees great potential for growth in a fast-growing region for commercial insurance, after striking a deal with a local insurance broker owner.
New research has found that one particular high value risk trumps all others when it comes to industrial insurance claims, while a series of high profile disasters have pushed another risk much higher in 2014.