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2021 NIBA broking in 2025 webinar

August 2 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This webinar is at capacity. It will be made on demand at a later date.

2021 NIBA broking in 2025 webinar
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Attending this event will grant 1 CPD point

This webinar is at capacity, to join a waitlist please email NIBA Events.

NIBA President, Dianne Phelan, Vice-President Ward Dedman and CEO Dallas Booth discuss NIBA’s latest project to ensure the intermediate insurance market remains strong and viable into the future.

Developed with assistance from Stanford’s Professor Steven Callandar, and industry leaders the NIBA board’s vision for broking in 2025 sets out steps the industry can take with NIBA supporting the industry and engaging with government and regulators to secure brokers privileged position.

Among the activities highlighted include increasing levels of professionalism across the industry and solidifying brokers positions as trusted risk advisors.

Event details

Date: Monday 2 August 2021
Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm AEST
Venue: Live online webinar hosted by GoTo Webinar
CPD: 1 CPD point on attendance
Cost: Free for NIBA members and non-members


(02) 9459 4300


  • Dianne Phelan

    President, NIBA

    NIBA’s President, Dianne Phelan, has been a broker for more than 30 years. After initially forming Morris Lloyd Insurance Brokers with two other colleagues, the firm joined Victorian brokerage BJS, which was expanding into other states and now has nine offices across Australia.

  • Ward Dedman

    Vice President, NIBA

    Ward Dedman is Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the EBM Group with over 25 years of extensive experience in the Insurance industry having previously worked for major Insurers and Brokers prior to joining EBM in 2000.

  • Dallas Booth


    Dallas Booth is Chief Executive Officer of the National Insurance Brokers Association of Australia (NIBA) and has been in this role since July 2011. Dallas leads NIBA’s industry representation efforts and promotes the role and professionalism of brokers to: governments; regulators; businesses and the broader community.




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