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  1. Marsh expands M&A risk services
    Marsh has expanded its private equity and mergers and acquisitions insurance services by forming a tax liability practice aimed at easing corporate clients' regulatory concerns...
    Daily | 20 Feb 2020 03:49pm
  2. 10 million home policies throw up 15 risk solutions
    The Insurance Council of Australia is preparing to publish 15 proposals showing how reducing risk to homes from cyclone, flood and bushfire would result in lower insurance premiums...
    Daily | 19 Feb 2020 04:28pm
  3. Triple indemnity? Court settles quake claims dispute
    A dispute over whether the maximum sum insured can be claimed more than once, or for separate events, has been decided by a New Zealand court...
    Daily | 19 Feb 2020 04:07pm
  4. UK regulator says ‘questions remain’ on Lloyd’s
    The Financial Conduct Authority has challenged Lloyd’s and the London Market over their efforts to improve performance as they face increased competition from international rivals...
    Daily | 19 Feb 2020 03:04pm
  5. QBE faces new climate resolution push from activist group
    Climate activist group Market Forces is planning to lodge another shareholder resolution at the upcoming QBE annual general meeting to try to force the insurer to step up its fossil fuel reduction efforts...
    Daily | 18 Feb 2020 04:15pm
  6. Court backs Swiss Re after toxic fire claim rejection
    The Supreme Court of Victoria has ruled in favour of Swiss Re International in a property insurance dispute related to a large industrial fire that sent black smoke over Melbourne...
    Daily | 18 Feb 2020 04:09pm
  7. Lloyd’s on the hook for $235,000 car repair
    Lloyd’s relied on a non-disclosure exclusion to decline cover for damage to a luxury car, but has been ordered by the Australian Financial Complaints Authority to settle the repair bill of more than $235,000...
    Daily | 18 Feb 2020 03:23pm
  8. Funeral of broking leader Nigel Thomas announced
    A funeral service will be held later this week for former Austbrokers executive Nigel Thomas, who died suddenly while on a family holiday in Thailand...
    The Professional | 17 Feb 2020 02:17pm
  9. Insurtech revolution to take centre stage
    “The end of insurance as we know it” – a presentation by US-based industry author Rob Galbraith – will be a highlight of the industry’s major insurtech conference in Sydney this week...
    The Professional | 17 Feb 2020 02:16pm
  10. Yellow Cover joins forces with Matt Stone Racing
    NTI’s mobile plant and equipment brand Yellow Cover will feature in the Australia Supercars Championship this year after the insurer joined Matt Stone Racing as naming rights partner...
    The Professional | 17 Feb 2020 02:14pm
  11. Vero SME webinar focuses on broker opportunities
    Vero will run a webinar for brokers next month, to coincide with the release of the ninth annual SME Insurance Index report.
    The Professional | 17 Feb 2020 02:14pm
  12. EML examines bushfire impact lessons
    Workers’ compensation firm EML is reviewing how to better support injured workers living in bushfire-affected areas...
    The Professional | 17 Feb 2020 02:13pm
  13. Cooler weather kicks in, but bushfire losses keep rising
    Insured losses from this season’s bushfire catastrophes are continuing to climb while cooler weather and rain has suppressed fires burning in East Gippsland and NSW...
    Local | 17 Feb 2020 02:10pm
  14. Steep increases threatening future of D&O: Marsh
    Marsh has warned that companies in Australia face the prospect of having to operate without directors’ and officers’ cover as steep rate rises of up to 250% threaten the viability of the market...
    Local | 17 Feb 2020 02:10pm
  15. Cyber rates hardening as losses worsen
    The rising number of claims in cyber insurance, with some severe losses reported, are continuing to put upward pressure on cyber rates, according to Axa XL...
    Local | 17 Feb 2020 02:08pm
  16. Property premiums up as major insurers reduce capacity and appetite
    Commercial premium increases in the Pacific region, where Australia is the largest market, rose by more than a fifth last quarter to once again outperform global peers...
    Local | 17 Feb 2020 02:07pm
  17. Australia's hard market threatens renewable energy projects
    A significant hardening of Australia’s insurance market threatens the viability of existing and proposed renewable energy projects, global broker Willis Towers Watson says...
    Local | 17 Feb 2020 02:06pm
  18. Governance 'a rising issue' for Asia-Pacific insurers
    Governance is an issue growing in importance for insurance companies in the Asia-Pacific region and outweighs environmental risk, a new report from S&P says...
    Local | 17 Feb 2020 02:05pm
  19. AMP faces new class action over life insurance advice
    Shine Lawyers plans a new class action against AMP Life, AMP Financial Planning and two of its subsidiaries, saying clients were slugged with excessive premiums and deserve to be compensated...
    Life Insurance | 17 Feb 2020 01:46pm
  20. AMP Life posts $21 million annual loss
    AMP’s life insurance business posted an operating loss of $21 million last year, weighed by changes to retirement income rules and structural challenges in the wealth protection industry...
    Life Insurance | 17 Feb 2020 01:46pm

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