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The findings of the 2017 Insurance Industry Diversity Survey, which provides industry-wide benchmarks and statistics on diversity and inclusion across the Australian general insurance sector, have been released today, as part of Dive In 2017,
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has launched its data strategy for 2017-20. The strategy, which outlines how ASIC will capture, share and use data, and transition into a more data-driven and intelligence-led organisation.
Telematics technology is dramatically changing the auto insurance industry by enabling new product offerings, improving underwriting and offering incentive for driver safety.
Only 13 per cent of small businesses have a plan to protect their money and valuable client data, and only half of SMEs plan on improving their business security in the next 12 months.
Details of a new one-stop financial dispute resolution scheme, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA), have been released.
More than 60 per cent of SMEs surveyed during the Vero SME Insurance Index said that it was very important to receive advice on personal insurance and other financial products and not just business insurance.
A targeted review of professional indemnity (PI) insurance by ASIC has found that most small companies holding Australian financial services (AFS) licences had PI insurance that met regulatory requirements.
Third party claims administrator, Gallagher Bassett (GB) has been appointed agent to provide self insurance claims management services for public sector employees on behalf of the Northern Territory Government following a public competitive tendering process.
Homes around the world are getting more connected and the market for smart homes is growing rapidly – it’s grown by 33 per cent every year since 2014 and shown no signs of slowing down.
The ‘Community Broker Network’ is the new trading name of the former NAS/Westcourt General and CGU AR networks consisting of approximately 400 authorised broker businesses across Australia.