Making news this week one major insurer has gone through a number of changes with a new Aussie practice announced, another player has revealed a regional reshuffle and two insurers are recognised for their commitment to equality.
An international insurer has seen a third quarter profit dip but Australia continues to perform well according to results recently released.
Only two insurers operating in Australia have been highlighted as employees of choice for gender equality as the industry looks to continue its push for diversity.
Speculation of a terrorist attack on the Russian Metrojet could have a marked effect on markets, while also offering a way for brokers to help clients.
An insurance industry leader has backed the power that technology could have on the industry in 2016 as a good way of improving customer experience.
An ASIC surveillance investigation has led to one company contacting more than 10,000 customers across Australia to offer a refund for unneeded insurance premiums.
The international CEO of this key player is leaving after a ‘transformational two years’ with new ventures in his sights.
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A leading international report into the state of the mergers and acquisition market in Australia sees more deals on the horizon.
An international player, who recently moved into the Australian market, has announced a team of executives to oversee a key new area of its business.