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AUGUST/ SEPTEMBER 2016
The industry has taken a beating in recent years, but analysts are impressed with major players’ ability to bounce back and keep fighting.
June’s east coast storms offered a stark insight into the risks of coastal living, and the future under global warming.
Allianz Australia’s broker chief David Hosking outlines the insurer’s strategy to catch the market leaders.
Australia and New Zealand were global laggards last year and there is no respite in sight, a new report shows.
Meet CBL, an insurer that rules its global niche from Auckland and sees plenty of opportunity in Australia.
The remarkable story behind the birth, growth and sudden death of New Zealand insurer Western Pacific, a company with a huge exposure in Australia.
The arguments around fracking and pollution are well worn, but in the US a new threat has been linked with the controversial process. In Australia, the risks are different.
When new technology clashes with the desire for a fast buck, lives and property are at risk.
A unique working environment is central to the McLar–dy McShane success story.
Insurance companies are backing up words with actions on indigenous employment.
Distributed ledger technology could revolutionise the way the industry operates.
A new report suggests insurers in Australia and around the world are still struggling to align their transformation strategies with new business realities.
The National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council has done a great deal to tackle car crime, but now it faces a fight to survive.
Transport operators’ consignment notes promising only ‘all care, no responsibility’ for small business are about to become history.
Vero launches an online tutorial for brokers.
Shieldcover rebrands as Ryno under a ‘more products, one brand’ strategy.
Small contractors embrace new product.
New products signal entry into the cyber and A&H markets.
Dual expands in specialty consumer products.