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FEBRUARY / MARCH 2016
Insurance Advisernet chief Shaun Standfield says the Winley collapse does not mean the AR model is flawed – but strong infrastructure is vital.
Does Canberra have a role to play in the cyclone insurance market? With mitigation looking the most viable option, the answer is maybe yes, probably no.
One year on, BHSI has become a force in the local insurance market. Meet its global chief, whose growth plans are amazingly simple.
Steadfast says the development of its own broking system is the key to autonomy. Others wonder why they’re bothering.
Others may be talking about the turn of the cycle but QBE’s Tim Plant is more focused on the ‘new normal’ in a world where customer and cost are key.
Vero’s latest report says SMEs are inching back to brokers, but a successful future is far from guaranteed.
Our cities’ skylines may look spectacular, but a spate of revelations has left Australians asking just how safe they really are.
CHU chief Bobby Lehane is determined to be a strata market disruptor, and his journey has only just begun.
With his health fading, motor insurance pioneer Wayne Patterson reflects on his legacy in business, and a new creative project that will live long into the future.
When it comes to customer service, one of the oldest insurance models around remains ahead of the curve.
There’s nothing new about the pandemic threat, but as populations grow and diseases evolve, so too must the global response.
How tracts of land covered in blackened trees and ash-laden ruins give up their secrets to fire investigation experts.
A High Court ruling changes an established precedent in the way insurers handle third parties when their client is insolvent.
AHI’s app provides an online hospital in an emergency.
QBE farm cover packs plenty into one wording.
Allianz guide shows the way to foil thieves and rustlers.
Vero launches its new online platform for brokers.
Nova Underwriting claims some ‘firsts’.
Vero’s new iTech policy does just that.
Talbot launches commercial property claims database.