We take a look at the biggest stories that got the most hits and reactions on Insurance Business this year.
Brokers need to check their clients will still be covered following changes in the Sentencing Amendment Act which comes into force tomorrow.
The winner of the Broking Professional of the Year at the 2014 ANZIIF Insurance Industry Awards puts his success down to three key values.
What is it about this year’s Outstanding Broking Professional winner that made him stand out from the rest? Martin Lines tells all.
A successful combined presence at this month’s IBANZ Forum bodes well for a summer expo for members of this Australasian underwriting organisation.
The head of a top broking firm says the issue of disclosure shouldn’t just be about broker fees and should be sorted out internally to protect the industry’s reputation.
A renowned Christchurch QC has urged insurance brokers at a recent conference to review their own exposures saying they are currently at an ‘unrealistic’ level.
A raft of Canterbury-related litigation now finding favour with the insureds has prompted one lawyer to call for insurance companies to compensate those who missed out before.
A broker survey has revealed the way insurers manage their long-term relationships with brokers to be an industry weakness which needs to be improved on.
Despite their efforts to improve delivery channels, insurers say brokers have been slow on the uptake, conference delegates are told.