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The new Federal Government's drive to reform financial services could work in the favour of insurance brokers, according to NIBA's CEO.
The chief executive of a key industry professional body has suggested that workers comp reform could be the next item on its agenda.
Brokers in Queensland have come under fire for pocketing large commissions for sourcing property insurance cover for clients, but one body is keen to set the record straight.
The use of unrated insurers is igniting furious opposition from chartered brokers in the UK, so much so that they are asking for regulators to ban intermediaries from using them.
As experts urge policyholders to review their cover in the wake of the early bushfires, do brokers stand to gain more business as the country braces itself for more blazes?
The bushfires that raged through NSW is a sobering reminder of the need for customers to seek brokerage advice when buying adequate insurance, as the country prepares for a summer of blazes.
A mentoring program is debuting in two Australian states in just a few weeks and it’s looking for insurers and underwriters to get on board.
A broking big cheese has replaced a heavy-hitting CEO, who recently took up a new position at Austbrokers.
Ghost broking has spooked the British insurance industry. Is it about to become our national nightmare, too?