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  1. Germany expects most damaging year since 2002
    Storms, flooding, heavy rain and hail across June and July position this year to be the most damaging for Germany since 2002, when insured storm damage was €10.9 billion in what were, prior to this month, deemed to be the worst floods in Europe this century...
    International | 26 Jul 2021 02:28pm
  2. Natural disaster first-half claims top 10-year average
    Natural catastrophe insurance losses reached an estimated $US42 billion in the first half of the year to rise above the 10-year average while economic losses were lower, Aon’s Impact Forecasting says in a Global Catastrophe Recap...
    International | 26 Jul 2021 02:28pm
  3. Canadian province declares wildfires emergency
    Canada’s British Columbia province has declared a state of emergency as wildfires threaten properties amid hot and dry conditions, while large blazes are also affecting parts of the western US...
    International | 26 Jul 2021 02:27pm
  4. Munich Re puts preliminary June quarter earnings at $1.8 billion
    Munich Re says preliminary figures point to a second quarter net profit of €1.1 billion, taking overall half-year earnings to €1.7 billion...
    International | 26 Jul 2021 02:26pm
  5. Lloyd's appoints first female Deputy Chair
    Vicky Carter has been appointed Deputy Chair of Lloyd’s Council, effective in September...
    International | 26 Jul 2021 02:25pm
  6. Wet spring chances rise as Indian Ocean driver confirmed
    The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed that a negative Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) is underway, increasing the likelihood of above average winter-spring rainfall for much of southern and eastern Australia...
    Local | 26 Jul 2021 01:45pm
  7. PI reserve strengthening trend aligns with class actions rise: APRA data
    The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has released its 2020 financial year general insurance claims data...
    Local | 26 Jul 2021 01:44pm
  8. ICA says urgent repairs allowed during Sydney lockdown
    Emergency make-safe works and other critical building repairs are allowed to proceed in the current lockdown in Sydney, the Insurance Council of Australia says...
    Local | 26 Jul 2021 01:43pm
  9. Canterbury floods trigger more than 3500 claims
    Insurance customers in New Zealand’s Canterbury region have so far lodged 3538 claims worth $NZ43.8 million following floods during May 29-June 1, the Insurance Council of New Zealand says...
    Local | 26 Jul 2021 01:41pm
  10. Corrections:
    Early versions of two articles in last Monday’s insuranceNEWS.com.au bulletin contained inaccuracies...
    Local | 26 Jul 2021 01:39pm
  11. Tower assessing NZ severe floods impact
    New Zealand insurer Tower says it is in the early stages of assessing the financial impact from severe flooding that hit the West Coast, Wellington, Marlborough and Auckland regions...
    Corporate | 26 Jul 2021 12:10pm
  12. IAG reports loss as liability costs, provisions rise
    IAG has reported a $427 million full-year loss based on preliminary figures, with provisions hitting the bottom line, and the insurer flagging claim cost impacts in liability classes...
    Daily | 23 Jul 2021 04:22pm
  13. NIBA names SA/NT broker award winners
    Ceduna-based Karen Skinner and Adelaide-based Patrick McCole were today crowned the 2021 SA/NT National Insurance Brokers Association award winners during a virtual ceremony...
    Daily | 23 Jul 2021 04:15pm
  14. 'Wintry blast' warning as rain-inducing weather system confirmed
    A “wintry blast” is forecast to hit south-eastern Australia this weekend, while the Bureau of Meteorology also announced the development of a negative Indian Ocean Dipole, which could bring further heavy rain in the coming months...
    Daily | 23 Jul 2021 04:13pm
  15. Allianz told to up earthquake damage offer in claim dispute
    A claim dispute hearing has determined Allianz must triple its offer to WA-based homeowners who were struck by an earthquake almost three years ago...
    Daily | 23 Jul 2021 03:35pm
  16. Court backs QBE on Opal Tower appeal
    A Federal Full Court judgment has found a Liberty Mutual liability policy provides cover for the builder of Sydney’s Opal Tower, while ruling in favour of QBE on a separate claim related to the troubled project...
    Daily | 22 Jul 2021 03:58pm
  17. Steadfast takes majority stake in NT broker
    Steadfast Group has made its first equity acquisition in the NT, taking a majority stake in Darwin-based AFA Insurance Brokers, the listed broking network announced in a statement today...
    Daily | 22 Jul 2021 03:54pm
  18. Insurer wins dispute after declining relative cover for UK mother
    A NSW man who said a QBE travel policy restricting cover for relatives to those living within Australia and New Zealand was discriminatory, did not reflect the nation’s diversity and was a “human rights issue” has lost a claim dispute...
    Daily | 22 Jul 2021 03:46pm
  19. Germany's first floods loss estimate nears $8 billion
    The first estimate of some of the damage from the deadly rain and floods in Germany this month puts insured losses near €5 billion ($8 billion)...
    Daily | 22 Jul 2021 03:30pm
  20. Hawking reforms guidance released for feedback
    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is seeking feedback on regulatory guidance that will apply to anti-hawking laws due to take effect from October...
    Daily | 21 Jul 2021 04:16pm

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