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  1. Life premiums drop
    APRA’s latest life insurance statistics show premiums dropped by almost 9% to $37.5 billion for the quarter ending June…
    Life Insurance | 04 Nov 2003 03:07pm
  2. WTC mediation called as death toll falls by 40
    A New York judge wants World Trade Centre leaseholder Larry Silverstein and the Swiss Re-led consortium of insurers to meet on November 6 for mediation intended to break…
    International | 04 Nov 2003 02:24pm
  3. Asbestos: $161 billion settlement near
    The US Senate has reached an agreement with the American Insurance Association to put up $161.7 billion to fund asbestos claims for the next 27 years…
    International | 04 Nov 2003 02:23pm
  4. Smaller insurers celebrate profit turnaround
    Higher premiums are beginning to bite…
    International | 04 Nov 2003 02:22pm
  5. Lloyd’s boots out big loser
    Lloyd’s has summarily closed loss-making Syndicate 102, operated by Goshawk Insurance…
    International | 04 Nov 2003 02:21pm
  6. Chinese insurers go for IPOs
    China’s largest property insurer, PICC Property and Casualty Co, has raised $978.5 million in an interim public offering…
    International | 04 Nov 2003 02:20pm
  7. FSRA – are there any advantages?
    The insurance industry is beginning to express real doubts that the FSRA will bring sufficient advantages to consumers…
    Local | 28 Oct 2003 01:27pm
  8. Advisers worry about cancellation powers
    It isn’t only general insurers who are worried about some aspects of the AFSL system…
    Local | 28 Oct 2003 01:26pm
  9. Brokers – tomorrow’s financial planners?
    General insurance brokers are already doing about 80% of the work they’d need to be doing to offer additional services like financial planning, says leading commentator Tom Collins…
    Local | 28 Oct 2003 01:25pm
  10. Look beyond ‘general’, says Squire
    David Squire, NIBA board member and the National Regulatory Policy Manager of the Wealth Management Division of the National Australia Bank, says brokers should look…
    Local | 28 Oct 2003 01:21pm
  11. Hopes and worries in workers’ comp report
    The Productivity Commission has released its eagerly awaited interim report on a national framework for Australia’s splintered workers’ compensation and occupational health…
    Local | 28 Oct 2003 01:20pm
  12. Life-saving crisis highlights reform flaws
    Insurance Council Executive Director Alan Mason is closer than most in the industry to the public liability furore involving surf lifesaving clubs…
    Local | 28 Oct 2003 01:19pm
  13. Mohl defends golden handcuffs
    Even as he tries to restructure the battered but still powerful AMP, CEO Andrew Mohl is also having to defend the $38 million of retention payments the group is handing out…
    Corporate | 28 Oct 2003 01:17pm
  14. ASIC keeps the advice (and changes) flowing
    Version 4 of ASIC’s eLicensing system, together with an updated version of the AFS licensing kit, have been released by the regulator…
    Regulatory & Government | 28 Oct 2003 01:13pm
  15. International accounting standards – be prepared!
    Tired of thinking about the FSRA…?
    Regulatory & Government | 28 Oct 2003 01:12pm
  16. ASIC makes new PDS rules
    A new class order declaration relating to the preparation of a product disclosure statement by multiple issuers has been issued by ASIC…
    Regulatory & Government | 28 Oct 2003 01:11pm
  17. IFSA sets savings as a priority
    A new “climate and culture” is needed to solve customer service expectations and close the $600 billion retirement savings shortfall, says Investment and Financial Services Association…
    Life Insurance | 28 Oct 2003 01:10pm
  18. Munich, Allianz drift apart
    The untangling of Germany’s confusing cross-ownership arrangements continues, with Munich Re and Allianz the latest to announce that they will cancel a “principles of co-operation”…
    International | 28 Oct 2003 01:08pm
  19. Democrats block US tort reform
    Democrats in the US Senate have succeeded in blocking passage of a reform bill that would have put the brakes on frivolous class actions…
    International | 28 Oct 2003 01:07pm
  20. Silverstein gets the rent
    World Trade Centre leaseholder Larry Silverstein has had a very small victory in his ongoing battle against the insurance industry…
    International | 28 Oct 2003 01:06pm

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