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The recent ransomware attacks have brought cyber security – and cyber insurance – into sharp focus for SMEs. No more was it something that happened to someone else. It became real.
Cyber terrorism will be on the agenda of the government terrorism reinsurance agency, the Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation (ARPC), as part of its tri-annual review.
Further guidance on the Victorian Government's decision to remove stamp duty on farm products and what the exemption applies to has been provided by the Victorian State Revenue Office (SRO).
When talking about gender diversity in workplaces, quotas are often taboo. But they do ensure that change happens, says a female broking head at an international brokerage.
Testing is being pushed for non-conforming aluminium composite panels in buildings, following London’s Grenfell Tower fire.
While we may not immediately consider the impact of terrorist attacks on business, the question is becoming increasingly relevant and prominent.
Australia's first indigenous-owned and Supply Nation-certified broker, Origin Insurance Brokers, has become an authorised representative of Marsh.
The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) and the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) will audit 50 businesses in the Melbourne CBD and inner suburbs in their second joint operation this week.
Uncertainty continues with the NSW Government's decision to reinstate the emergency services levy (NSW ESL) on insurance, but NIBA is on the front foot, meeting with the Treasurer early this week to share its concerns.