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.
The most recent Code of Practice came into effect in 2014. As a living Code, a review process is underway taking into account developments and industry experiences and consulting with relevant stakeholders, including consumer representatives, Code Members, regulators, and relevant government agencies.
Insurance companies and brokers will be able to work together to implement COVID-19 relief measures for certain small businesses following the ACCC’s granting of interim authorisation today.
Legal Adviser Mark Radford provides a detailed note on the important reforms likely to impact insurance brokers.
NIBA CEO Dallas Booth is quoted in the Australian Financial Review's article on a proposed ban on insurance commissions
NIBA President Tim Wedlock has been featured in the latest Insurance Business magazine discussing our efforts to help brokers maintain high professional standards.
Winners of the NIBA awards have been revealed at the annual national Convention in Sydney in September.
The National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission to the NSW Government Independent Bushfire Inquiry.
The National Insurance Brokers Association of Australia (NIBA) welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the NSW Treasury Small Business Strategy 2020.
On behalf of the clients of insurance brokers across New South Wales, NIBA has strongly urged the NSW Government to urgently re-consider the funding of emergency services in this State.
NIBA has made a submission to the ACCC in response to the First Interim Report under the Northern Australia Insurance Inquiry
NIBA Submission to the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry
NIBA has made a submission to the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry
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