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Global rules will place new controls on how the Australian insurance industry operates – and resistance is futile.
As the Government turns its attention to mitigation, affordiability remains the elephant in the room.
They are the scourge of the US insurance industry, but for forecaster Phil Klotzbach hurricanes are a labour of love.
The Climate Commission’s claim that global warming is making extreme weather events worse doesn’t stir the insurance industry.
The US company’s local operation has lived up to its potential.
Louisiana’s Jim Donelon has plenty to say about regulation, recovering from disaster, affordability and keeping politicians away from insurance.
Mark Searles is re-engineering Austbrokers as he builds on the legacy of Lach McKeough.
Many professionals are still failing to cover the costs of protecting their good names.
Two studies by insurers show the market is changing and brokers need to adapt.
Bigger ships and the rising cost of salvaging wrecks mean trouble for global marine insurance.
The owner of a quake-damaged office building should be paid the indemnity value before it rebuilds it, a judge says.
Political risk innovation popular.
NTI beefs up CPE.
Lumley has an app for that.