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INMAG AUG 17

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2017

Newsmakers »

Welcoming harder times »

Price gains at the June 30 mid-year renewals have increased confidence that the market has turned the corner.

Zurich, empowered »

The hard yards are behind him. Now Chief Executive Raj Nanra is taking the fifth-placed Australian insurer on the journey to a more profitable future.

Living in perilous times »

Catastrophe models are helping insurers and communities prepare for natural disasters, AIR Worldwide President Bill Churney says.

Declaration of independence »

Catastrophe modeller Risk Frontiers will write the next chapter of its history alone. Key to its success is its close relationships with local insurers..

Disrupting the disrupters »

Insure Pitch is inviting brokers to spruik their brightest ideas to a high-powered panel of experts.

The birth of the Mansfields »

How (and why) a plan was hatched to help raise the profile of claims in insurance by celebrating excellence.

Covering all bases »

AUB chief Mark Searles says the group’s strategy is helping brokers become trusted advisers.

This year’s big blips »

Swiss Re’s latest Sonar update reveals another broad array of emerging threats.

The insurtech revolution will not be televised »

It’s time for brokers to embrace technological change.

Back in the games »

Former national swimming and athletics chief Simon Allatson is now going for gold with Sportscover.

Time to act »

A devastating blaze the other side of the globe has finally shaken Australia into action over flammable cladding on high-rise buildings.

A lifetime of caring »

In an increasingly price-driven industry, broker Ron Tatarka thrives by treating his clients like family.

A new mindset »

More than a year after a landmark legal decision, two major travel insurers have removed blanket exclusions for mental illness.

Rising value »

Valuers’ professional indemnity is a challenging, yet improving risk.

Equipped for the future »

QBE’s broker education scheme is celebrating a decade of sharing skills, but the journey is far from over.

Road to restoration »

NTI has returned an historic truck to its 1940s glory in a project to raise funds to fight motor neurone disease.

companyNEWS

Excess waiver »

CHU shakes up the strata-sphere.

Filling a gap »

Swiss Re Corporate Solutions expands its offering.

Mould breaker »

Steamatic eliminates fungi using global industry standards.

To be Sura, to be Sura »

Specialty specialist joins the club.

peopleNEWS

Axa celebrates its French roots on Bastille Day »
HDI Global warms up winter with mulled wine and bratwurst »
High stakes at AILA event »
Allianz tournament delivers thrilling finish »
CQIB celebrates annual awards »
YIPs says cheers to financial years »
Broncos coach shares philosophy at UAC expo »
Winners are grinners at the Mansfields »
QBE cheers diversity at AFL Pride Game »

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