NIBA has joined the fight against the Federal Government’s plan to place a $2000 cap on tax claims for work-related self-education...
Tax change draws NIBA ire
Hundreds of brokers benefit from funding boost
A total of 350 Australian brokers are set to enhance their skills thanks to Federal funding secured by NIBA College. The...
Transitions: June 2013
Find out what the mid-year has in store for the industry. CEMAC Norm Verity has accepted the position of National Manager. Prior...
Global broker’s big plans for Melbourne
Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC) have made a bold statement on the importance of the Australian market, opening in Melbourne their...
Big changes on insurance contracts law
New laws on insurance promise to make things easier for insurers, brokers and clients alike but more controversial amendments are yet...
Disasters leave businesses feeling spooked
Business interruption is a quickly growing area of concern among Australian business, a new survey has found. Released yesterday, the 11th...
Register aims to sink boat thieves
A National Marine Register has been launched in an attempt to tighten the screws on boat theft and rebirthing operations. Already...
Insurance career image needs makeover
Attracting talented staff to insurance is one of the industry’s highest priorities but not enough is being done, say industry leaders....
ACT lowers insurance taxes
The ACT Government has made further strides in insurance tax reform, dropping duties to 6%.
Enviro cover boosted
ACE has launched two new products aimed at increasing cover from the costs of environmental damage.
Brooklyn sets eyes on PI
The underwriter has expanded its PI cover to include medium-sized construction projects.
Entering the battlefield
Business can be cut-throat but management liability cover will ensure your clients sleep soundly.
Cyber crime insurance basics
The ever-increasing size of the digital world means ever-increasing opportunities for cyber crooks.
Understanding business interruption
It's a crucial policy for many businesses but business interruption is still a source of confusion. So what can actually trigger a business interruption claim?