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This issue of the Broker Guide focuses on a sustainable future and examines four major issues that can inform your conversations with clients – identifying strategies for resilience in the face of losses exacerbated by climate, what role building standards and an alternative approach to land use might play, crucial issues facing the agricultural sector, and the benefits from modelling, monitoring, and measuring climate-related perils.
Be sure to register for the 2021.2 NIBA Convention by close of business tomorrow to secure your early bird ticket to obtain first-hand exclusive insights, exciting networking opportunities, and world-class speakers.
Past winners share how the Young Broker of the Year or Broker of the Year awards have shaped their careers. Nominate an outstanding broker today.
Brokers who deal with EU individuals or transfer data to or from the EU relating to individuals should refer to the following advice.
NIBA is currently seeking member feedback on the draft terms of reference to inform its submission to Treasury by Friday 28 January
Register now and join your colleagues in a COVID-19 safe manner at the 2021.2 NIBA Convention from 7 – 21 February 2022
The catastrophe season 2021-22 in Australia has commenced with several surge events already impacting numerous communities through storm, hail, and flood events. Sedgwick is no stranger to catastrophe response and has been heavily involved in recovery efforts following cyclones, earthquakes, floods, and of course, fire.
Nominations for the 2022 round of NIBA’s Stephen Ball Memorial Broker of the Year Award are now open and anyone in the industry can nominate a top senior talent in the insurance broking space
The significant increase in cyber threats to Australian businesses has seen cyber insurance become one of the fastest growing insurance products in the market