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  1. Resilium managers 'entitled to sue Coverforce'
    Managers who led the buyout of the Resilium authorised representative firm from Suncorp earlier this year have been told by the NSW Supreme Court they would be entitled to seek damages against Coverforce for deceptive conduct over the deal...
    Daily | 13 Dec 2019 04:26pm
  2. icare's claims model blamed for workers' comp scheme decline
    NSW state insurer icare’s new workers’ compensation claims model is the “primary driver” behind the scheme’s deteriorating performance, according to a highly critical report...
    Daily | 13 Dec 2019 04:15pm
  3. We’ll meet again: no action from Building Ministers’ Forum
    The Building Ministers’ Forum agreed in Canberra today to discuss the professional indemnity crisis in the construction sector with the Insurance Council of Australia at another meeting in February...
    Daily | 13 Dec 2019 03:36pm
  4. AUB's Coverforce acquisition 'could have gone ahead': judge
    A judge has decided that AUB Group’s abandoned acquisition of Coverforce Holdings could have proceeded...
    Daily | 12 Dec 2019 04:31pm
  5. White Island eruption injuries covered
    Australian tourists who were visiting White Island when it erupted will be covered by New Zealand’s Accident Compensation Corporation, while some travel insurers have also confirmed coverage...
    Daily | 12 Dec 2019 04:27pm
  6. Governments slammed over PI inaction as forum looms
    Building surveyors and certifiers have pressed for urgent action to address the worsening professional indemnity insurance crisis on the eve of tomorrow’s Building Ministers’ Forum in Canberra...
    Daily | 12 Dec 2019 04:25pm
  7. Roofers caught in ACCC hailstorm enforcement
    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has taken action against two Sydney roofers over Facebook messages about raising prices after tennis-ball sized hailstorms caused widespread property damage last year...
    Daily | 11 Dec 2019 04:17pm
  8. Industry set for more growth: S&P
    Australia’s general insurance industry is on track to perform solidly over the next few years, S&P says in a new report issued today, citing hardening rates and an all-out efficiency drive as key factors that will support earnings growth...
    Daily | 11 Dec 2019 04:13pm
  9. Catastrophes send insurance profits plummeting
    Insurance industry profits fell 12% to $4.4 billion last financial year as catastrophes such as the Sydney hailstorms and the Townsville floods increased natural hazard costs, a KPMG annual review shows...
    Daily | 11 Dec 2019 04:08pm
  10. Tower starts search as CEO decides to return to Australia
    Tower CEO Richard Harding will leave the Auckland-based insurer and return to Australia toward the end of next year after deciding not to extend his contract past its current term...
    Daily | 10 Dec 2019 04:13pm
  11. Building Ministers’ Forum sees fixing PI crisis as a priority
    Resolving the months-long professional indemnity insurance crisis in the construction sector is set to dominate the agenda at the upcoming Building Ministers’ Forum on Friday in Canberra...
    Daily | 10 Dec 2019 04:02pm
  12. Cyber breaches: companies urged to go above and beyond
    Companies should look beyond compulsory data breach reporting requirements to help mitigate potential reputational damage from cyber attacks...
    Daily | 10 Dec 2019 03:51pm
  13. Regulatory scrutiny is life insurers’ highest hurdle: EY
    More stringent regulation is the top challenge faced by life insurers in Australia and scrutiny of commissions here may limit investment in technology, a new report from EY says...
    Life Insurance | 09 Dec 2019 02:28pm
  14. Claims delays: AMP answers consumer group’s broadside
    AMP Life is defending its claims-handling for group insurance after Choice subsidiary Super Consumers Australia labelled delays “abhorrent” in an open letter...
    Life Insurance | 09 Dec 2019 02:27pm
  15. AFCA attacks use of ‘medical jargon’ in policy
    TAL must pay a trauma claim for a customer who suffered a heart attack even though he wasn’t covered by the policy, in a decision influenced by the emerging controversy over universal terms and conditions and criticising the Life Insurance Code of Practice...
    Life Insurance | 09 Dec 2019 02:27pm
  16. Don’t ignore insurance, ASIC warns funds’ advisers
    The corporate regulator is warning superfunds providing scaled advice to members to address members’ insurance needs, after uncovering a number of cases where advisers inappropriately excluded insurance from discussions...
    Life Insurance | 09 Dec 2019 02:26pm
  17. Employees ‘don’t understand life insurance benefits’
    Life insurance policies are rated as key employee benefits, yet only 60% of employees understand how they work, a MetLife report says...
    Life Insurance | 09 Dec 2019 02:26pm
  18. OnePath must pay more interest in AFCA decision
    OnePath must pay extra interest on a total and permanent disability benefit amount for a claim that it took more than three years to accept, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority says...
    Life Insurance | 09 Dec 2019 02:25pm
  19. TAL continues free pop-up skin clinics for beachgoers
    Life insurer TAL is raising skin-cancer awareness with free pop-up skin check clinics at three of Australia’s most popular beaches as summer gets underway...
    Life Insurance | 09 Dec 2019 02:24pm
  20. High-risk workers also risk being uninsured
    Some superannuation members in dangerous jobs may be left uninsured in a workplace accident if their superfund decides it is too difficult to apply an exemption in recent super insurance legislation, according to a new paper...
    Life Insurance | 09 Dec 2019 02:24pm

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