Report from the likes of Marsh and Zurich points to growing risks and a host of potential future shocks
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Insurers are set to increasingly take legal action against companies that breach their duties in mitigating the risks of catastrophes.
A CGU national relationships manager with 20 years’ experience has accepted a new role at an independent intermediary.
An award-winning brokerage has unveiled a new resource portal to allow brokers to get easy access to its policies.
Thomas Wills, project manager at Know Risk, talks promoting the insurance industry, why brokers should treat every customer like their business depends on it and explains why he really isn't a morning person.
A type of insurance that has never been provided for in Australia but gains significant traction in the UK and across the world could present a new growth opportunity for brokers if they seize the opportunity.
An insurance technology boss explains why the investment guru has got it wrong when it comes to the effects of climate change on the insurance industry.
Australian businesses are still brushing off potentially serious and costly risks when such issues have cost companies dearly in countries with much more advanced privacy laws.
The talent your organisation needs might be right under your nose, in the form of “passive candidates” – workers who are open to new job opportunities, but aren’t actively looking for them.
Insurance brokers are crying out for more frequent and better service from BDMs, with many claiming they are seeing less BDM boots on the ground.