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  1. UK brokers left out in the cold
    Fiesty British broker leader Andrew Paddick is planning a debate with his own members next month…
    International | 15 May 2001 03:44pm
  2. R&SA sticks to its knitting
    British insurer Royal & SunAlliance is set to dump its life insurance business and stick to general insurance…
    International | 15 May 2001 03:43pm
  3. Pru admits defeat
    American International Group has become even larger – it’s already the world’s biggest insurer – with the completion of its bid to buy life insurer American General for about $46 billion…
    International | 15 May 2001 03:42pm
  4. NRMA goes for brokers
    NRMA is setting up a service aimed squarely at brokers – but it’s in New Zealand…
    International | 15 May 2001 03:42pm
  5. Names lose last stand
    A last-ditch effort by rebel Lloyd’s names to use Britain’s Human Rights Act to bring a case against the market has failed…
    International | 15 May 2001 03:41pm
  6. Ratings agency fuels sale rumour
    Will AMP sell its general insurance arm? Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s certainly thinks it’s a better than even chance…
    Corporate | 15 May 2001 03:40pm
  7. Watch this space
    The strategic moves by giant foreign-owned insurers on the local market continues, with attention now switching to financial services…
    Life Insurance | 15 May 2001 03:39pm
  8. Lloyd’s takes a bigger share
    Lloyd’s Australian business grew 9% last year to $381.8 million. General liability business accounted for 40% of Lloyd’s total Australian income…
    Corporate | 15 May 2001 03:39pm
  9. Genetic testing: Approach with caution
    Genetic testing in the workplace is set to become a controversial issue in Australia, says Minter Ellison partner Dan Williams…
    Life Insurance | 15 May 2001 03:38pm
  10. HIH – Government moves
    The HIH collapse is approaching the proportions of a national disaster and has consequently become a political football…
    Life Insurance | 15 May 2001 03:24pm
  11. Brokers defend their involvement
    As the buck-passing continues – with governments blaming each other, everyone except the Government and APRA blaming APRA, APRA blaming the HIH management and board…
    Life Insurance | 15 May 2001 03:22pm
  12. HIH’S party line exposed by media
    The Sydney media was agog yesterday at the scale of entertaining enjoyed by HIH…
    Life Insurance | 15 May 2001 03:22pm
  13. Brokers make a move over HIH premiums
    Some major brokers may defy the HIH provisional liquidator and hand premiums held in their accounts back to their clients after receiving legal advice last week…
    Breaking News | 08 May 2001 01:43pm
  14. Watch this space…
    Expect an imminent announcement on the sale of a major financial services player…
    Breaking News | 08 May 2001 01:42pm
  15. Insurers plan 1% HIH levy
    The Insurance Council wants to impose a 1% levy on all insurance policies to pay the claims of HIH policyholders…
    Breaking News | 08 May 2001 01:42pm
  16. Dodd’s sacking stalled HIH rescue bid
    The insurance industry is actively exploring ways to rescue HIH claimants…
    Breaking News | 08 May 2001 01:41pm
  17. Sacked NRMA chief fires back
    The dispute between sacked NRMA CEO Eric Dodd and elements on the company’s board escalated on Sunday when Mr Dodd fired some very public shots at the number 1 insurer through a leading TV program…
    Local | 08 May 2001 01:40pm
  18. HIH collapse isn’t the first – or the last
    Industry leaders worrying about the HIH collapse harming Australia’s international reputation should relax…
    Local | 08 May 2001 01:39pm
  19. Hockey predicts more mergers
    Mr Hockey appears to agree that more mergers and restructures are on the way…
    Local | 08 May 2001 01:38pm
  20. Uniform insurance laws: a first step
    Is a long-cherished dream of the general insurance industry to be realised after many years of argument…
    Local | 08 May 2001 01:38pm

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