The former CFO of a major UK insurer is to join QBE.
A major insurer has revealed massive net losses for the 2013 financial, as well as saying goodbye to one of its longest-serving board members.
An insurance giant has started a “global search” for a new group chief financial officer as the existing one is set to retire and his would-be successor plans to work part-time from January.
A major insurer has vowed to keep job cuts to a minimum during its multimillion dollar efficiency drive, but refused to be drawn on how many more Australian jobs may be lost.
A major insurer, which today reported a drop in net profit of nearly 40%, is to increase rates in Australia during the remainder of 2013.
The insurer said the move will benefit both parties as well as the policyholder.
A major insurer’s controversial transformation program has seen it make far fewer job cuts than was rumoured and, in fact, has created more opportunities for its Aussie staff.
After a barrage of broker concern, QBE has attempted to allay fears that service levels will be affected.
More jobs could be at risk at QBE as the insurer confirms that at least 700 will be off-shored.
A major insurer will tomorrow reveal plans to ship hundreds of jobs abroad as part of a $200m efficiency drive.