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  1. Wickshire becomes first Australian-based Lloyd’s broker
    A Sydney brokerage has become the first Australian-based registered Lloyd’s broker as technological uptake at the London market makes it easier to transact business from global locations...
    Daily | 16 Aug 2019 04:17pm
  2. One more time: NZ to fund repairs for onsold quake homes
    The New Zealand Government will pay homeowners in Christchurch and surrounding areas who bought properties they later found contained botched repairs from the earthquakes and who are unable to claim on private insurance...
    Daily | 16 Aug 2019 04:09pm
  3. CTP overhaul: ministers seek national fix for automated car cover
    Australia’s top transport ministers want compulsory third party (CTP) insurance schemes across Australia to be rejigged to fill a gap in cover for automated vehicles...
    Daily | 16 Aug 2019 04:05pm
  4. ‘Good pricing momentum’ lifts QBE’s half-year profit
    QBE today reported a 29% rise in first-half net profit to $US463 million ($683 million) as hardening prices and strong investment returns combined to offset challenging conditions in its North American crop business...
    Daily | 15 Aug 2019 04:23pm
  5. Reform pain: ICA chief says Hayne will ‘stretch’ industry
    The large number of reforms spilling out of the Hayne royal commission will stretch the general insurance industry to its limits and create a “seismic shift” in the way it operates, according to Insurance Council of Australia CEO Rob Whelan...
    Daily | 15 Aug 2019 04:18pm
  6. Lloyd’s broker with many Australia links dies
    Bruce Copp, a London-based specialist Lloyd’s broker with close ties to Australian insurance professionals, has died at the age of 65 after a battle with cancer...
    Daily | 15 Aug 2019 03:28pm
  7. Investor says ASIC’s Coverforce records are wrong
    Private equity investor Pemba Capital Partners says Coverforce shares issued to Resilium owners including MD Adrian Kitchin are invalid and Australian Securities and Investments Commission company records should be corrected...
    Daily | 14 Aug 2019 04:24pm
  8. Allianz stung with $250 million extra capital requirement
    Allianz must put in $250 million in extra capital requirement after coming up short in a risk governance self-assessment test it undertook last year at the request of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority...
    Daily | 14 Aug 2019 04:21pm
  9. QBE works on customer charter
    QBE is about to launch a new Customer Charter, which it says will deliver better and more consistent outcomes for clients during the claims process...
    Daily | 14 Aug 2019 04:20pm
  10. Sarah Wood - Gilchrist Connell
    Sarah Wood has joined the Workplace practice of Gilchrist Connell...
    Moves | 14 Aug 2019 03:58pm
  11. ICA calls for disclosures on high-risk buildings
    Information from high-risk building registers should be shared by governments with insurers to provide clarity on potential liabilities, Insurance Council of Australia Head of Risk and Operations Karl Sullivan has told a NSW parliamentary inquiry...
    Daily | 13 Aug 2019 04:27pm
  12. Insurers lose in appeal over indemnity claim
    The NSW Court of Appeal has overturned a decision by a Supreme Court judge who had ruled the Bank of Queensland was not entitled to seek indemnity for $6 million it paid to settle a class action filed by 192 investors...
    Daily | 13 Aug 2019 04:25pm
  13. Saving koalas: insurer launches campaign
    NRMA Insurance has begun a campaign to raise awareness of the plight of Australia’s iconic koalas, by pledging to plant a tree every time it sells a home insurance policy...
    Daily | 13 Aug 2019 03:30pm
  14. IAG names legal head
    IAG has appointed Peter Horton as Group General Counsel...
    The Professional | 12 Aug 2019 02:53pm
  15. Driverless vehicles: check loopholes for coverage
    Early adopters of driverless vehicles could be left without insurance coverage because of lagging legislation, an insurance lawyer warns...
    The Professional | 12 Aug 2019 02:52pm
  16. Vavasour to lead Aon’s transaction insurance in NZ
    Aon in New Zealand has appointed Jonty Vavasour as Executive Director, M&A and Transaction Solutions...
    The Professional | 12 Aug 2019 02:51pm
  17. Quill Club lunch raises $40,000 for SWAN
    The Quill Club has raised about $40,000 for Syndromes Without a Name from an annual charity lunch attended by more than 550 people on Friday...
    The Professional | 12 Aug 2019 02:51pm
  18. Sedgwick appoints senior forensic specialist
    US-based claims specialist Sedgwick has appointed Emma Levett as a partner and corporate fraud specialist in the forensic advisory services team in Australia...
    The Professional | 12 Aug 2019 02:50pm
  19. Levels rising: water claims prove a costly challenge
    Chubb’s report on internal water damage offers a case study of a client who owns a beautiful historic home as part of a property portfolio...
    Analysis | 12 Aug 2019 02:48pm
  20. Shortage of expertise affecting clients
    The complexities of the current global claims environment is straining available expertise and resources for insurers, adjusters and others and is starting to affect clients, Aon says...
    International | 12 Aug 2019 02:33pm

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