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  1. Australia reforms hit Munich Re result
    Munich Re generated a 36% rise in profit to €993 million on low costs from major losses in the three months to June 30, its best quarter in four years, although the Australian disability business dragged on earnings...
    Corporate | 12 Aug 2019 01:32pm
  2. Handdii snares new funding
    Property repair claims platform Handdii has secured $1.5 million in seed funding, supporting further market expansion after rollouts in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney...
    Corporate | 12 Aug 2019 01:30pm
  3. Blockchain-based app aims at broker customers
    A blockchain-based platform to help broker customers catalogue and register assets and valuables has been released...
    Corporate | 12 Aug 2019 01:29pm
  4. Agile to expand into A&H market
    Sydney-based Agile Underwriting is expanding into accident and health insurance and has appointed Adam Bohacek to develop a new department focusing on the market...
    Corporate | 12 Aug 2019 01:29pm
  5. NZ broker buys Primesure
    NZ insurance broker Runacres has acquired broker Primesure in a bid to expand its presence in Auckland...
    Corporate | 12 Aug 2019 01:28pm
  6. Local premium gains outpace global markets: Marsh
    Premium price gains in the Pacific region, including Australia and New Zealand, tripled the pace of global increases in the second quarter, a Marsh report shows...
    Local | 12 Aug 2019 01:26pm
  7. NIBA’s annual broker market survey goes live
    NIBA’s annual Broker Market Survey is now live and brokers have received their own unique link with instructions on how to complete the survey...
    Local | 12 Aug 2019 01:23pm
  8. Insurance products in advocates’ firing line
    A joint submission to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission has included a range of insurance products the corporate regulator could target with its new product intervention powers...
    Local | 12 Aug 2019 01:23pm
  9. Mould damage key issue as water claims rise
    Restoration company Steamatics CEO Oliver Threlfall says insurance industry costs are being increased by the way less reputable repairers are responding to internal water damage...
    Local | 12 Aug 2019 01:23pm
  10. Increased merger activity boosts transaction insurance
    The number of merger and acquisition deals in Australia and New Zealand using warranty and indemnity insurance jumped 37% last year compared to 2017, Aon says...
    Local | 12 Aug 2019 01:21pm
  11. 400,000 customers told of ‘junk cover’ class action
    More than 400,000 Australians have been notified they may be eligible for a class action accusing National Australia Bank of selling “junk” consumer credit insurance...
    Local | 12 Aug 2019 01:18pm
  12. Calls for ‘coherent’ policy on climate change
    Swiss Re’s local head Mark Senkevics has called for a “coherent government policy” on climate change, warning that Australia is uniquely exposed...
    Local | 12 Aug 2019 01:12pm
  13. EQC adopts ‘made in NZ’ risk tool
    New Zealand’s Earthquake Commission, EQC, is adopting locally developed risk-modelling software that helps users assess risks to buildings, infrastructure and people from natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis and floods...
    Local | 12 Aug 2019 01:11pm
  14. Is self regulation dead? CCI failure reveals size of challenge
    Consumer credit insurance failings highlight the challenges of industry self regulation as the financial services sector seeks to win back lost trust, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority Chairman Wayne Byres says...
    Daily | 09 Aug 2019 04:21pm
  15. 400,000 NAB customers notified of 'junk insurance' class action
    In one of the largest court-ordered notices in the nation's legal history, more than 400,000 Australians were today notified they may be eligible for a class action accusing National Australia Bank of selling “junk” consumer credit insurance...
    Daily | 09 Aug 2019 04:10pm
  16. NSW reforms shine light on CTP insurer performance
    The NSW Government has endorsed reforms aimed at measuring and reporting on the performance of compulsory third party insurers...
    Daily | 09 Aug 2019 04:09pm
  17. Commercial pricing powers ahead in latest quarter
    Australia and New Zealand commercial pricing gains have accelerated in the second quarter, outpacing global increases, as property, financial and professional indemnity rates rose, Marsh says...
    Daily | 08 Aug 2019 04:16pm
  18. Asia exit boosts IAG’s ledger
    A lucrative business exit in Thailand helped IAG achieve a 16.6% rise in annual net profit to $1.08 billion as the sale offset a marked decline in the profitability of domestic insurance operations...
    Daily | 08 Aug 2019 04:08pm
  19. Water damage claims topping fire, burglary: Chubb
    The size of household internal water damage claims has risen 72% in the last five years and the issue is now a more common and costly risk for properties than burglary or fire, Chubb says...
    Daily | 08 Aug 2019 04:00pm
  20. Suncorp’s Marketplace CEO exits as strategy revamped
    Suncorp Marketplace CEO Pip Marlow will leave the business as the group shifts its strategy following the departure earlier this year of Michael Cameron...
    Daily | 07 Aug 2019 04:30pm

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