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  1. Tax loophole plugged
    The Federal Government has closed a loophole in the Income Tax Assessment Act that applied to dividend imputations and life insurance companies…
    Life Insurance | 13 Jun 2001 11:39am
  2. Second lot of FSRB proposals arrive
    Lawyers and various other experts are poring over the latest package of policy proposal papers related to the Financial Services Reform Bill…
    Regulatory & Government | 13 Jun 2001 11:35am
  3. Fortis for sale: sun also rising?
    Rumours surrounding the future of Fortis in Australia continue to bubble in the market…
    Corporate | 13 Jun 2001 11:34am
  4. premium rises beat industry expectations
    Premium rises in the commercial classes so far this year are well above industry projections, according to a “year to date” report released yesterday by JP Morgan/Deloitte Touche…
    Breaking News | 29 May 2001 05:41pm
  5. Liquidator looks at HIH directors and others
    Former HIH directors Ray Williams, Rodney Adler and Dominic Fodera are not only under investigation by ASIC – the HIH provisional liquidator is also considering…
    Local | 29 May 2001 05:40pm
  6. Commission will be working before Christmas
    The Royal Commission into the collapse of HIH has not yet been finalised, with Prime Minister John Howard indicating on Sunday that it will be up and running…
    Local | 29 May 2001 05:39pm
  7. FSRB risks election-year gutting
    The passage of the Financial Services Reform Bill through Parliament may be in trouble…
    Regulatory & Government | 29 May 2001 05:38pm
  8. Insurers grapple with “fourth tax” in NSW
    Insurers are at a deadlock in their battle with the NSW Government over its decision to impose a $69 million annual tax to help fund the State’s $600 million rescue package…
    Local | 29 May 2001 05:37pm
  9. Workers’ comp reforms launched
    New workers’ compensation arrangements begin their legislative passage in the NSW Parliament today…
    Regulatory & Government | 29 May 2001 05:36pm
  10. RSA checks its life options
    Royal & SunAlliance isn’t selling its British life insurance arm – at least, not yet…
    International | 29 May 2001 05:33pm
  11. Insurers fund bailout
    British insurer Chester Street, which collapsed on January 9, will have many of its outstanding claims paid through a new industry-funded Financial Services Compensation Scheme…
    International | 29 May 2001 05:32pm
  12. Lloyd’s loses lots – 3 years ago
    Lloyd’s has officially released its 1998 returns, showing losses of about $3 billion during that year…
    International | 29 May 2001 05:32pm
  13. Who knows where their super is?
    Considering that the newly announced Budget will reward “self-funded retirees”, many Australians have little or no idea about what their superannuation actually does…
    Life Insurance | 29 May 2001 05:31pm
  14. AXISS gets more, too
    The Federal Treasury department set up to promote Australia as a centre for global financial services has also had its budget boosted…
    Life Insurance | 29 May 2001 05:26pm
  15. Super tribunal gets a budget boost
    The Federal Government has increased its allocation to the Superannuation Complaints Tribunal…
    Life Insurance | 29 May 2001 05:26pm
  16. HIH Royal Commission
    The terms under which the Federal Government’s Royal Commission into the HIH collapse will work haven’t been revealed yet…
    Breaking News | 22 May 2001 05:01pm
  17. The terms of aid
    The $500 million-plus package funded by the Government from the Federal Budget will help some 28,000 claimants and take several years to complete…
    Breaking News | 22 May 2001 04:59pm
  18. NSW bowls a bouncer
    The attempt by NSW Treasurer Michael Egan to force insurers to pay its HIH-related liabilities is one of the more bloody-minded reactions to the HIH crisis…
    Breaking News | 22 May 2001 04:58pm
  19. Yet another workers’ comp inquiry
    The NSW Government is negotiating to get as much of its workers’ comp reform package into action as it can – even if it means pushing out some of the more contentious items…
    Breaking News | 22 May 2001 04:57pm
  20. Expect about a 50% payout – maybe
    The provisional liquidator for HIH says creditors will receive less than 50 cents in the dollar, with liabilities well over $3 billion…
    Local | 22 May 2001 04:49pm

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