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  1. Senators back super reforms
    A Senate committee reviewing the Turnbull Government’s planned reform of life cover in superannuation has backed the measures…
    Life Insurance | 20 Aug 2018 02:08pm
  2. Hayne piles pressure on business models
    Australian life insurers will face increased pressure to change their business models amid fallout from the Hayne royal commission, KPMG says…
    Life Insurance | 20 Aug 2018 02:08pm
  3. Challenger makes gains outside annuities
    Challenger’s annuity sales were unchanged at $4 billion last financial year, while total life sales increased 12% to $5.6 billion…
    Life Insurance | 20 Aug 2018 02:07pm
  4. Australian growth attracts Japanese insurers
    Australia’s life insurance market remains highly attractive for Japanese buyers, Fitch Ratings says in a report on Dai-ichi’s purchase of the Suncorp life business…
    Life Insurance | 20 Aug 2018 02:07pm
  5. TAL names customer ops GM
    TAL has appointed Matt Paterson as GM Customer Operations and Underwriting following the departure of David Campbell…
    Life Insurance | 20 Aug 2018 02:06pm
  6. Insurance still struggling to close gender pay gap
    Australia’s gender pay gap is the smallest it has been for 20 years – but insurance is lagging behind the field…
    The Professional | 20 Aug 2018 02:04pm
  7. IAG AR conference focuses on growth
    IAG-owned Community Broker Network’s second conference has examined ways to expand and stay relevant in a challenging business environment…
    The Professional | 20 Aug 2018 02:03pm
  8. APIG conference tackles big issues
    The Australian Professional Indemnity Group’s conference next month will examine directors’ and officers’ insurance and impacts from the Hayne royal commission…
    The Professional | 20 Aug 2018 02:03pm
  9. Aon risk roadshow begins in Melbourne
    Aon will hold the first leg of its global Advanced Risk Conference in Melbourne next week…
    The Professional | 20 Aug 2018 02:02pm
  10. RM Advancer Awards: last chance to apply
    Risk managers still have time to apply for Vero’s RM Advancer Awards, with nominations closing on August 31…
    The Professional | 20 Aug 2018 02:01pm
  11. Recruiter opens graduate program
    Applications are open for Fuse Recruitment’s first insurance-focused graduate program, developed with support from the industry…
    The Professional | 20 Aug 2018 02:00pm
  12. Cover-More sponsors NBL team
    Travel insurer Cover-More will sponsor Sydney Kings in the next National Basketball League season…
    The Professional | 20 Aug 2018 01:59pm
  13. Insurers back class action reform
    Insurers have pushed for litigation funder licensing and other changes to the class action regime in submissions to an Australian Law Reform Commission  inquiry…
    Regulatory & Government | 20 Aug 2018 01:56pm
  14. Policymakers push for cladding standard
    Ministers have asked Standards Australia to develop an Australian Standard for permanent labelling of aluminium composite panels…
    Regulatory & Government | 20 Aug 2018 01:55pm
  15. Builder ‘broke law’ over cladding
    A director of building firm LU Simon broke the law by installing flammable cladding on the Lacrosse apartments in Melbourne, the Building Practitioners Board has found…
    Regulatory & Government | 20 Aug 2018 01:55pm
  16. Coalition silent as senators split on climate change
    A Senate committee tasked with reviewing climate change impacts has failed to find common ground on an action plan…
    Regulatory & Government | 20 Aug 2018 01:54pm
  17. ICA raises concern over distribution bill
    The Insurance Council of Australia remains sceptical that the Treasury’s revised draft product design and distribution bill can be applied to the industry…
    Regulatory & Government | 20 Aug 2018 01:54pm
  18. NZ court rules on CBL disclosure duty
    New Zealand’s High Court has ruled that continuous disclosure obligations “are suspended” for companies in voluntary administration…
    Regulatory & Government | 20 Aug 2018 01:53pm
  19. Victoria invests in power line safeguards
    The Victorian Government will provide $10 million in grants to install technology that can help stop electrical faults starting bushfires…
    Regulatory & Government | 20 Aug 2018 01:53pm
  20. NSW battles winter bushfires
    NSW firefighters have been tackling about 80 bushfires across the drought-afflicted state, and experts warn there could be worse to come…
    Local | 20 Aug 2018 01:50pm

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