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The NSW Government has opened consultation to inform the Independent Review of the NSW workers compensation scheme and nominal insurer iCare.
The review, which was brought forward following highly publicised misconduct of senior decision makers within the organisation will be led by retired Supreme Court judge, the Honourable Robert McDougall QC.
The National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA), CEO, Dallas Booth said, “NIBA will be making a submission to the review on behalf of brokers however we encourage members to complete the short survey found on the review page here.”
The review will include a comprehensive investigation into the operation of iCare, including claim management, the implementation of the recommendations of the Dore review, benefits to workers, executive remuneration, governance and other issues that have recently been raised within the media and parliament.
NIBA members looking to take on new trainees may be eligible for a 50 per cent wage subsidy for the first year
As domestic and international travel become accessible again, travel insurance will undoubtedly need to adjust to meet consumer expectations
ASIC warns time is fast running out for insurance claims handling AFS licence applications
NIBA has provided a submission on behalf of members to the review of AFCA