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DECEMBER 2016/JANUARY 2017
Chief Executive Inga Beale explains the thinking behind Lloyd’s market-changing cultural shift.
Macquarie’s latest broker survey shows too many businesses risk being swept away in the digital revolution.
Our annual round-up of those who change people’s minds, affect the industry and make things happen.
Company loyalty has taken Ralph Ronnenberg a long way – all the way to Australia, in fact.
The UK regulator has issued a damning indictment of the authorised representative model, identifying ‘serious and widespread’ issues.
Everyone wants high professional standards, but how that fits with the regulator’s rules and a complicated training sector is no simple matter.
Resilium’s Adrian Kitchin has big plans for the Suncorp AR network.
Earthquake responses, trust and regulation are key issues for the industry, according to Insurance Council of New Zealand chief Tim Grafton.
Antimicrobial-resistant diseases pose a danger to health and stability worldwide, but the fightback is under way.
The age of automated insurance advice is closer than brokers may think. In fact, it’s already here.
Things are getting tougher, and brokers need to know some alternatives to protect their clients.
The story behind a 250-year-old court case that forms the basis of modern insurance practice.
The icare Foundation has begun a $100 million funding drive to help NSW workplace and road injury research.
NTI enhances its product suite.
Brokers well-placed thanks to Vero’s series of SME insights.