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
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NIBA in the News
NIBA CEO Dallas Booth’s seminar on Unauthorised Foreign Insurers in Brisbane has been hailed as a smash hit.
NIBA has welcomed the SA Government’s initiative to review insurance taxes.
NIBA has come out heavily against proposals to mandate university degrees for financial services professionals, pushing instead for a more widespread adoption of the NIBA model.
Brokers who have a thirst for knowledge now have the opportunity to apply for one of NIBA College’s popular scholarships.
NIBA has mapped out its objectives for the next three years, and attracting more young talent to the industry has moved near the top of the list.
2015 - NIBA Submission to the Life Insurance and Advice Working Group Interim Report on Retail Life Insurance
NIBA believes that it is necessary to develop a far better understanding of the facts, circumstances, pressures, incentives, directions and failures that lead to the provision of poor advice.
NIBA has provided an additional submission to the Productivity Commission’s Draft Report on Natural Disaster Funding Arrangements.
NIBA's official submission to the Inquiry into proposals to lift the professional, ethical and education standards in the financial services industry.
NIBA has provided a Supplementary Submission in response to the Interim Report of the Financial System Inquiry.
NIBA's additional Submission to WorkCover Western Australia's Review of the Workers' Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981: Final Report.
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