Insurance Brokers Code of Practice
All reputable professions are governed by a strong Code of Practice – and insurance broking is no different. The Insurance Brokers Code of Practice sets out the minimum service standards consumers can expect when they use an insurance broker and outlines what to do in the unlikely event they have a complaint to make. Written in accessible language, the Code aims to build professional competence in the broking profession, and increase consumer confidence in insurance brokers.Find out more
Announcements in last night’s Federal Budget will help smaller insurance broking firms and small business clients across Australia.
Some of the nation’s most talented rising stars have been announced as regional finalists in the 2016 NIBA Young Professional Broker of the Year Award.
If you're looking to boost your online presence this year, a new deal between NIBA and a leading digital agency could be just what you're after.
The National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) has provided guidance to members on the pending abolition of the NSW emergency services levy (ESL).
The NSW Government is examining incentives that might be used to promote multi-peril crop insurance - and broker feedback is invited.
NIBA is seeking member input into proposed reforms to the Marine Insurance Act which are intended to bring Australian laws into line recent changes in the UK as well as making it more consistent with the Insurance Contracts Act.
NIBA’s official response to the NSW Fair Trading Discussion Paper: Reform of the Home Building Compensation Fund.
Information provided to NIBA by Members in North Queensland indicate that there have been a number of developments in the insurance market in Far North Queensland in the past 6 months.
NIBA has provided an official submission to the Treasury consultation paper on the Parliamentary Joint Committee report on professional, ethical and education standards in the financial services industry.
NIBA believes Insurance taxes must be reformed - they are inefficient, inequitable, unfair, and contribute to levels of underinsurance in the community.
Whatever business you're in, you need an insurance broker
Insurance is one of the most complicated products any business owner can buy. But if you don't have the right cover, in the event of a loss your business could go under. A qualified NIBA broker is the best source of advice on any business owner's insurance and risk needs. You can find one near you, or one who specialises in your area of need, through NIBA's free Need a Broker service.Find a broker