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JUNE/JULY 2018

Newsmakers »

The name of the game is trust »

ASIC’s new Chairman wants financial services to ‘do the right thing’. Aided by a royal commission of horrors, expect even more reform.

The new broker »

Don’t look now, but the future has already arrived. Pretty soon nothing will be as we knew it.

Leading on diversity »

Jenny O’Neill explains how Hollard’s efforts on inclusion are already reaping rewards.

Prepare for the worst »

Climate exposures are evolving and growing, and insurers are struggling to keep pace.

The Smart way »

IAG’s Chief Marketing Officer takes a holistic approach to making insurance part of people’s lives.

On the waterfront »

A recent ocean risk forum sets the stage for greater co-operation on one of the world’s greatest climate threats.

Branching out »

Chubb has a new leader in Jarrod Hill, and a fresh focus on the SME market.

City frights »

Conflicts and market crashes are among top economic threats for urban centres.

The language barrier »

Rules around different types of advice are hindering insurers and making life harder for consumers.

Ready for the future »

Data-driven insights remain key as Aon’s Lambros Lambrou moves into a global role and James Baum takes over the local operation.

See you in court »

Legal cases show just how varied insurance can be.

The missing component »

Campaigners say consumers should be given a breakdown of premium calculations, but insurers are unconvinced.

Free’ rides »

The emerging credit hire industry is beginning to face scrutiny from motor insurers and regulators alike.

Help us to help you »

Far from threatening to disrupt the traditional value chain, most insurtechs want to work with its incumbent players.

Working the land »

A new broker partnership is brainstorming ideas for a viable multi-peril crop cover.

companyNEWS

Investing with impact »

QBE launches Premiums4Good.

Stronger together »

Law firms McCabes and Curwoods join forces.

peopleNEWS

A life in pictures »

The work of New Zealand landscape photographer Lloyd Homer is celebrated in a new exhibition.

AILA marks 35-year milestone »
Great and good turn out for ICA dinner »
Steadfast tackles world of challenges »
Elvis brings AIG guests to their feet »
AIMS conference delivers clear vision »

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