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  1. And airports are a worry, too
    Severe cuts in insurance cover for terrorism and war following the September 11 attacks is also likely to see many European airports close if they can’t get extended government protection…
    International | 16 Oct 2001 12:33pm
  2. US turns spotlight on Lloyd’s
    The solvency of the Lloyd’s market is coming under scrutiny from an unlikely source…
    International | 16 Oct 2001 12:32pm
  3. Israel will cover maritime rates increase
    Israel’s transport minister has recommended that the state contribute $10 million to meet an increase in maritime rates for ships docking at Israeli ports…
    International | 16 Oct 2001 12:30pm
  4. WA leader wins top broker award
    Popular WA broker David Newton has been awarded the 2001 Lex McKeown Trophy…
    Local | 09 Oct 2001 05:31pm
  5. Brokers vote Lumley General Insurer of the Year
    Lumley General Insurance has been named General Insurer of the Year…
    Local | 09 Oct 2001 05:31pm
  6. Reforms an opportunity for brokers, says Mason
    The Financial Services Reform Act presents a great opportunity for intermediaries to shape the future and grow their business, an insurance leader told the NIBA Convention yesterday…
    Local | 09 Oct 2001 05:30pm
  7. Delphi, 3rdmill get together
    Software supplier Delphi Information Systems has reached a new deal with 3rdmill, an application and content management company…
    Corporate | 09 Oct 2001 05:29pm
  8. Movement on reform
    Right on the edge of calling an election, Financial Services and Regulation Minister Joe Hockey has managed to get the last revised draft Financial Services Reform Act regulations out of Treasury…
    Regulatory & Government | 09 Oct 2001 05:24pm
  9. Terror claims and gross uncertainty
    Would insurers give a clearer picture of the possible loss from the September 11 terrorist attacks in the US if they reported their exposures in gross, rather than net, terms..?
    International | 09 Oct 2001 05:22pm
  10. How much? No one knows yet, but we’ll pay
    Estimates of the total losses are still over a wide range, although both minimum and maximum estimates are increasing…
    International | 09 Oct 2001 05:21pm
  11. New products meet new war risks
    Following the global withdrawal of terrorism cover, expect to see plenty of new niche products providing specific cover coming on the market…
    International | 09 Oct 2001 05:19pm
  12. $1 million payout to NIBA members
    NIBA will pay its members’ Financial Services Reform Act competency assessments – a $1 million commitment that is believed to be unprecedented…
    Breaking News | 09 Oct 2001 05:08pm
  13. Who will be General Insurer of the Year?
    Expect to see plenty of CEOs looking a tad tense around Conrad Jupiters on Sunday…
    Local | 02 Oct 2001 05:05pm
  14. NIBA Conventioneers battle to get there
    Thanks to the near-collapse of favoured airline Ansett, it’s not proving to be the usual easy exercise getting to the NIBA Convention this year…
    Local | 02 Oct 2001 05:05pm
  15. WorkCover wins with interest
    An unprecedented High Court win for WorkCover Victoria will put even greater pressure on insurers in the state to rapidly pay compensation costs…
    Local | 02 Oct 2001 05:04pm
  16. Loss adjusters set up regional operation
    Adjusters Loss Management International has merged with Mackenzie Sutton Minett in Australia and Peter Faire Loss Management in New Zealand to become MSM Loss Management…
    Local | 02 Oct 2001 05:03pm
  17. Sport and Leisure no longer an “easy target”
    Injuries sustained through sport or leisure activities no longer necessarily lead to financial compensation, according to law firm Sparke Helmore…
    Local | 02 Oct 2001 05:03pm
  18. TAC profits crash
    A 50% jump in claims and falling investment income have led Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission to report a $192 million full-year loss…
    Local | 02 Oct 2001 05:02pm
  19. The HIH cheques really are in the mail
    HIH Claims Support, the scheme set up to administer claims for consumers experiencing hardship as a result of the HIH collapse, has now distributed more than $3.5 million since…
    Local | 02 Oct 2001 05:01pm
  20. Suncorp seals AMP deal
    Suncorp Metway has completed the acquisition of the AMP, with the settlement finalised late last week…
    Corporate | 02 Oct 2001 05:00pm

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