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  1. Technology trend ‘increasingly urgent’ for brokers
    Growing revenues and healthy margins mean broking businesses are prospering, but they are increasingly worried about technology and preparing for the future, a new Macquarie Bank report says…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:27pm
  2. Consumers seek review after IAG’s Wellington pullback
    Consumer advocates have called for a wider review of the role played by New Zealand’s government-owned Earthquake Commission after IAG announced it is taking a more conservative approach to home and contents cover in Wellington…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:25pm
  3. FNQ faces heavy rain as Cyclone Trevor gathers pace
    Cyclone Trevor is forecast to bring heavy rainfall and potential flash flooding across Far North Queensland over the next few days…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:24pm
  4. Townsville braces for king tide flood as losses pass $1 billion
    A king tide could cause further flooding in Townsville tomorrow as the north Queensland city struggles to recover from last month’s devastating rainfall…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:24pm
  5. In Insurance News magazine this month
    Yet another government agency’s report on insurance in northern Australia comes under the Insurance News microscope, with the devastating Townsville floods demonstrating one inescapable truth – the north is far more prone to natural catastrophes than the southern regions, and that’s why property cover costs more…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:22pm
  6. ICA hits back at ‘scaremongering’ climate risk analysis
    A climate research group’s suggestion that many homes may become too risky to insure because of climate change has been criticised by the Insurance Council of Australia as “scaremongering”…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:22pm
  7. Climate Index confirms extreme heat on the rise
    The frequency of hot days in recent winters and springs has exceeded historical levels, according to the Actuaries Institute’s Climate Index…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:21pm
  8. NMVTRC cheers Queensland’s return
    Queensland’s decision to rejoin the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council has been welcomed by CEO Geoff Hughes and industry stakeholders…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:20pm
  9. Queensland reacts to spike in vehicle thefts
    Motor vehicle theft numbers in Queensland were 48% higher last year than four years ago…
    Local | 18 Mar 2019 02:18pm
  10. Brexit extension ‘must not be wasted’
    The UK Parliament’s decision to seek a Brexit extension presents an opportunity that “must not be wasted” to reach a deal, the Association of British Insurers says…
    International | 18 Mar 2019 02:17pm
  11. Rare ‘bomb’ storm blasts US Midwest
    The “bomb cyclone” that hit the US Midwest last week is the northern winter’s biggest insurance event, the Insurance Information Institute says…
    International | 18 Mar 2019 02:15pm
  12. New terror threats put more UK businesses in firing line
    Evolving terrorist methods are exposing more businesses to economic loss, according to UK reinsurer Pool Re…
    International | 18 Mar 2019 02:14pm
  13. Insurers monitor Boeing crash probe
    Insurers could face large claims related to the Ethiopian Airlines crash this month, which reportedly bears a striking resemblance to another deadly accident involving the same aircraft model…
    International | 18 Mar 2019 02:13pm
  14. Insurtech recovery helps Charles Taylor profit
    Professional services provider Charles Taylor recorded a $25 million profit last year, up $4.7 million on 2017…
    International | 18 Mar 2019 02:12pm
  15. Broker hits revenue milestone
    Specialist (re)insurance broker BMS recorded revenue growth of 25% last year, helping it break the £100 million barrier for the first time…
    International | 18 Mar 2019 02:11pm
  16. NZ’s contentious fire levy to get a ‘clean-slate’ review
    The New Zealand Government plans to issue a discussion paper that may lead to removal of the controversial insurance-based fire and emergency services funding levy…
    Regulatory & Government | 18 Mar 2019 02:08pm
  17. Consultation begins on code enforcement
    Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has issued a consultation paper on the controversial Hayne royal commission recommendation to make parts of industry codes of conduct enforceable by law…
    Regulatory & Government | 18 Mar 2019 02:07pm
  18. IAG supports motor repair information sharing
    IAG has backed a proposed Australia-wide mandatory scheme for the sharing of motor vehicle service and repair information…
    Regulatory & Government | 18 Mar 2019 02:06pm
  19. Warming poses threat to ‘coverage, financial stability’
    Climate change-fuelled extreme weather events may affect “access to insurance”, Reserve Bank of Australia Deputy Governor Guy Debelle warns…
    Regulatory & Government | 18 Mar 2019 02:05pm
  20. APRA review panel outlines key issues
    Treasury has released terms of reference for a capability review of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority…
    Regulatory & Government | 18 Mar 2019 02:04pm

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