By using data in detail, telematics promises to forever change the pricing of motor risks. But what will the reality look like?
Stop accident and health cover being a weak spot for SMEs.
Proper compliance systems can be the difference between a successful broker and a banned one.
In-car telematics are now on offer for the Domestic Motor sector.
IRP examines how brokers can help clients strengthen their operations against employee theft and where insurance can help.
With more business taking place in the digital sphere, IRP speaks to the experts about IT-specific risks and strategies.
IRP explores the latest developments in mixing and matching covers to meet business requirements.
A major court has backed an insurer’s decision to not indemnify a broker for civil liability because of dishonest conduct.
Federal Government action is set to lower natural disaster risk and lower premiums, IRP investigates what clients can do themselves.
Drug use in sport could have immense implications and increasing opportunities for brokers.
Privatising NSW's workers compensation scheme could boost the state's economy by more than $3 billion over a decade.
Insurers operating in North Queensland have been cleared of price-gouging again, following another report by the Australian Government Actuary.
A former branch manager of a rural broker has been charged with fraud and is scheduled to appear in the Tamworth Local Court.
The young talent coming through the ranks means the future for broking is looking bright, and Adele May is leading the pack.