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  1. Gallagher-SRS lawsuit settled out of court
    The legal dispute between six former owners of the SRS underwriting agency and major broker Gallagher has been settled out of court...
    Daily | 19 Jul 2019 04:11pm
  2. QBE takes $85 million hit from UK rate change
    QBE has warned a smaller-than-expected change in the interest rate used in UK personal injury calculations will have a $US60 million ($85 million) impact on claims liabilities...
    Daily | 19 Jul 2019 04:07pm
  3. Property, liability rates on the rise
    Catastrophe-exposed property premiums in Australia are rising 10-20% while general liability rates are also increasing strongly in some parts of the market, Willis Towers Watson’s July update says...
    Daily | 19 Jul 2019 03:23pm
  4. Building crisis: ICA calls for end to ‘blame game’
    The Insurance Council of Australia has today called for swift further action to restore confidence in the troubled building industry, after federal and state ministers pledged to work together to deal with the professional indemnity insurance impasse...
    Daily | 18 Jul 2019 04:26pm
  5. ASIC to ban insurance ‘product peddlers’
    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is set to ban unsolicited telephone sales of consumer credit insurance and life cover ahead of wider anti-hawking reforms...
    Daily | 18 Jul 2019 04:11pm
  6. 360 builds construction presence with acquisition
    360 Underwriting Solutions, the agency set up by former senior Allianz executives Denis Morrissey and Chris Lynch, has acquired a 50% stake in online insurance underwriting agency eSentry, adding construction capability to a rapidly expanding portfolio...
    Daily | 18 Jul 2019 04:06pm
  7. APRA to sharpen focus on insurance, culture
    The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority is set to create an insurance division as part of a proposed overhaul that will also sharpen its focus on governance and cultural issues...
    Daily | 17 Jul 2019 04:30pm
  8. Fels puts insurers ‘on notice’ over levy collection
    NSW Emergency Services Levy Insurance Monitor Allan Fels has warned insurers he will be watching closely to prevent overcollection of the Emergency Services Levy...
    Daily | 17 Jul 2019 04:03pm
  9. Allianz ordered to pay ex-manager $1.4 million
    A NSW court has ruled Allianz must pay $1.39 million in damages plus interest to a former manager who alleged he was a victim of bullying and harassment from his immediate supervisor...
    Daily | 17 Jul 2019 03:20pm
  10. Insurers 'should help pay for flammable cladding fix'
    The Victorian Cladding Taskforce has proposed that insurers chip in to pay for cladding rectification works on affected high-rise buildings...
    Daily | 16 Jul 2019 04:26pm
  11. Tributes paid to founder of Melbourne brokerage
    Marty Owen, founding director of Malvern East brokerage Philp, Newby & Owen, has died following a long battle with illness...
    Daily | 16 Jul 2019 04:22pm
  12. IAG buys into car subscription service
    IAG has acquired a majority stake in car subscription and trading platform Carbar after participating with other investors in a $16.8 million capital raising...
    Daily | 16 Jul 2019 04:05pm
  13. Victoria joins states easing PI conditions for surveyors
    Victoria has moved to allow building surveyors to hold professional indemnity cover with a cladding exclusion...
    Regulatory & Government | 15 Jul 2019 02:45pm
  14. ICA joins fresh call for building reforms
    The Insurance Council of Australia and four other industry bodies have today issued a joint call on the Federal Government to take a lead on reforming the troubled building industry...
    Regulatory & Government | 15 Jul 2019 02:45pm
  15. ASIC forces credit insurers to repay consumers
    The 11 lenders providing consumer credit insurance in Australia have been ordered to undertake a large-scale remediation program for more than 300,000 customers...
    Regulatory & Government | 15 Jul 2019 02:44pm
  16. SIRA consults on new licence conditions
    The State Insurance Regulatory Authority is consulting on its plans for insurers to comply with new rules around claims...
    Regulatory & Government | 15 Jul 2019 02:44pm
  17. NSW regulator slugs uninsured businesses
    The NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority has issued more than 50 fines to employers that don’t have the right workers’ compensation insurance...
    Regulatory & Government | 15 Jul 2019 02:43pm
  18. Keep disclosure duty on commercial contracts: ICNZ
    The duty-of-disclosure rule should stay for commercial clients, the Insurance Council of New Zealand says, while backing reforms to consumer contracts...
    Regulatory & Government | 15 Jul 2019 02:42pm
  19. Dive-In seeks greater impact
    Lloyd’s global Dive In Festival aims to have a greater impact on the industry’s approach to diversity and inclusion, as it enters its fifth year...
    The Professional | 15 Jul 2019 02:38pm
  20. WTW appoints former BHP exec to risk role
    Willis Towers Watson has appointed Matthew Frost as Head of Risk Advisory Australasia, effective from October...
    The Professional | 15 Jul 2019 02:37pm

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