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An international insurance player is set to close an Australian office in a major state capital as it reorganises its global business.
The changing face of the transport sector, thanks to ride-sharing services like Uber, has prompted one state to launch an insurance review, which has been welcomed by the industry.
In the wake of an emissions scandal that rocked the German carmaker, it has been reported that one major international insurer is set to sue the company ‘within this month’
The Kiwi director of this Sundance doco has been taken to court by a plaintiff who believes the reputation of his insurance lawyer father has been tarnished, along with his own.
A leading Australasian industry council has announced a reciprocal membership agreement with an American association which will see the two develop closer ties
Legal experts have questioned the legality of an insurer’s reason for turning down a Sydney woman’s travel insurance claim following the death of her mother.
Most complaints about financial advisers stem from misunderstandings, miscommunications, fees and charges. Now this industry body is turning them into a learning opportunity.
Two Aussie health insurers have revealed a sharp drop in patients making claims on their insurance during September-October last year, and experts say the RWC is the reason