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  1. Suncorp names new group CEO
    Suncorp has appointed board member Michael Cameron as its next CEO…
    Breaking News | 14 Apr 2015 09:18am
  2. Combined Insurance: critics say it’s tip of iceberg
    Fraud allegations against Combined Insurance have led to consumer groups suggesting fraudulent sales practices could be endemic within the insurance industry…
    Local | 13 Apr 2015 02:04pm
  3. CTP schemes performing well: Finity
    The funding positions of most motor insurance compulsory third party schemes in Australia and New Zealand improved last financial year, according to Finity…
    Local | 13 Apr 2015 02:03pm
  4. Combined faced ASIC probe 15 years ago
    The furore enveloping Combined Insurance over dubious sales techniques is not the first time the US-owned company has faced investigation by the Australian regulator…
    Local | 13 Apr 2015 02:03pm
  5. Building council spreads word on bushfire resilience
    The new Bushfire Building Council of Australia has begun operations, aiming to tackle an information gap among homeowners and help people make their properties more resilient…
    Local | 13 Apr 2015 02:02pm
  6. Canterbury claims delays trouble insurers
    The transfer of claims from the Earthquake Commission to private insurers four years after the Canterbury quakes continues to cause concerns, according to Insurance Council of New Zealand President Jacki Johnson…
    Local | 13 Apr 2015 02:01pm
  7. Marcia claims top $412 million
    Insured losses from Cyclone Marcia were estimated at $412.5 million from 32,971 claims at March 25, according to the Insurance Council of Australia…
    Local | 13 Apr 2015 02:01pm
  8. In this issue of Insurance News (the magazine)
    What happens in reinsurance over the next year or two is likely to change the face of general insurance. So Insurance News (the magazine) has interviewed three leading players in the reinsurance industry – one a global broker who predicts remarkable change, one a European with a cautious but expansive view, and the other a local leader who sees opportunity everywhere…
    Local | 13 Apr 2015 02:00pm
  9. Injury claims for back strains fall
    Back strains accounted for one in five serious-injury workers’ compensation claims over the past decade, according to research by Konekt…
    Local | 13 Apr 2015 02:00pm
  10. Strong US dollar takes toll on QBE
    QBE expects gross written premium to fall this year because of the stronger US dollar, according to CEO John Neal…
    Corporate | 13 Apr 2015 01:56pm
  11. CGU-Lumley integration moves closer
    CGU has completed the restructure of its Broker Business division, with appointments to the final layer of the integrated CGU and Lumley businesses nearly complete…
    Corporate | 13 Apr 2015 01:56pm
  12. Willis Re broking chief joins Berkley Re
    Glen Riddell, Willis Re’s Executive Director and Head of Broking for Australia and New Zealand, is leaving to become CEO of Berkley Re’s Singapore branch…
    Corporate | 13 Apr 2015 01:55pm
  13. Sportscover geared up for growth, acquisitions
    Sportscover is cashed-up and talking to parties in the US, Australia and Britain about acquisitions and partnerships, following the sale of its two Lloyd’s businesses to Bermuda-based Hamilton Insurance Group…
    Corporate | 13 Apr 2015 01:55pm
  14. Talbot chiefs to brief brokers
    Key executives from market newcomer UK-based Talbot Underwriting will host a briefing for brokers in Sydney on Friday…
    Corporate | 13 Apr 2015 01:54pm
  15. AMI contribution exceeds IAG’s expectations
    IAG’s takeover of New Zealand insurer AMI Insurance has delivered more than expected, according to ratings agency Standard & Poor’s, which has given AMI an AA- financial strength rating…
    Corporate | 13 Apr 2015 01:53pm
  16. Slater & Gordon to take top spot in UK with $1.23 billion acquisition
    Melbourne-based personal injury law specialist Slater & Gordon will pay $1.23 billion for the Professional Services Division of UK software and technology services company Quindell…
    Corporate | 13 Apr 2015 01:52pm
  17. Queensland comparator up and running
    The Federal Government’s north Queensland home insurance comparison website has begun operating, with information on policies from eight insurers…
    Regulatory & Government | 13 Apr 2015 12:28pm
  18. Insurers reject increased powers for ASIC and APRA
    Insurers are concerned about further regulation of product design and distribution and increased powers for the two industry regulators, according to the Insurance Council of Australia…
    Regulatory & Government | 13 Apr 2015 12:26pm
  19. Industry raises doubts on cyclone cover mutual
    The insurance industry has given a lukewarm response to plans for a community-funded mutual insurer to provide cyclone coverage in northern Australia…
    Regulatory & Government | 13 Apr 2015 12:26pm
  20. NIBA hails brokers’ exclusion from adviser register
    National Insurance Brokers Association CEO Dallas Booth has welcomed the exemption of most general insurance brokers from the new financial adviser register…
    Regulatory & Government | 13 Apr 2015 12:25pm

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