ASIC moves to reassure the financial planning industry after the Federal Senate struck down Coalition regulations that wound back some of the more controversial elements of FOFA.
Residents of flood-prone Katherine have been promised funding for mitigation works as opposition mounts to the sale of Territory.
Australians are among the least trusting of insurance companies in the world, placing their trustworthiness well below banks.
With the Christmas holidays approaching, householders are being urgedto contact their insurer before renting out their properties to holidaymakers.
Brokers have been warned that taking part in competitions where insurers give prizes for meeting certain targets creates serious conflicts of interest.
A major insurer has substantially beefed up its cover for financial institution leaders, adding kidnap, ransom and extortion (KRE) insurance to the mix.
Australia is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change. The insurance industry will continue to play a vital role in helping communities withstand the threat of extreme weather but can also take a leadership role.
Management liability has always been a workhorse for businesses but more insurers are adding extras to turn it into a thoroughbred.
An insurance dispute between the Rolling Stones and underwriters of their international tour have reached an agreement over reimbursement for cancelled concerts.
It's been a particularly busy few weeks for hirings and promotions in the insurance industry. Read on to find out more.