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JUNE / JULY 2016
A global survey reveals insurers’ top worries range from technology to competition.
Suncorp’s new chief sees the group’s insurance and banking diversity as the key to a new way forward.
IAG’s business insurance chief wants to take brokers along on the journey into a different sort of future.
Steadfast and AUB are making some bold moves that may well herald permanent changes to the broking landscape.
Australia should learn from Canada, says a bushfire expert. We could lose a city.
The global broker’s local chief has his sights fixed on a future that looks quite different to the past.
NIBA’s city focus leaves country brokers wondering about the bang they’re getting for their membership buck.
Premium Funding’s Ross Hayward explains his attitude to innovation, growth, competition, the future for brokers and why having new ideas will never get old.
As fresh threats emerge, it’s clear Australia’s war on asbestos is far from over.
Centrepoint Alliance makes some big changes to benefit brokers.
But the blue glitter vests will remain…
Sportscover targets a more diverse future.
Mike Donnelly pioneers standard fact forms for brokers.
There is an alarming lack of proof of qualifications in the insurance industry.
Munich Re’s avuncular boss Heinrich Eder is farewelled by industry leaders and friends.