Brookvale Insurance Brokers news

  • Are ARs the future of broking?

    Authorised representative networks have hit headlines recently but are they the future of the broking industry?

  • Brokers downplay homeowner liability issue

    A new survey of properties for sale has shown that some policy-holders may not be covered for a potential liability issue but brokers have down-played the changes


    Tim Coventry of Brookvale Insurance Brokers is part of the Insurance Business Australia's Young Guns 2016.

  • Australia’s Elite Brokers revealed

    Insurance Business has revealed the top thirty brokers in Australia in our Elite Broker 2015 rankings.

  • Weekly wrap: Broking bikie organises industry charity ride

    PLUS: Vero risk management awards finalists are revealed and a broking group appoints a new managing director for its Asian business.

  • Secrets of their success: elite brokers

    The inaugural Insurance Business Top 30 Elite Brokers list received entries from across Australia to rank the very best in the industry. IB caught up with elite broker’s Andrew Faber of MGA and Trent Mockford of Brookvale Insurance Brokers on how it feels to be recognised.

  • Pricing pressures on brokers continue into 2013

    Do the findings of a global study into business woes and opportunities in the wider market 2013 synch up with Australian brokers' own obstacles and opportunities?

  • Australia’s Top 10 brokerages revealed

    Insurance Business has announced its Top 10 Insurance Brokerages rankings for 2012, with those making the list from a strong field of entries. Who is Australia’s top insurance brokerage?

  • Brokers: should you be working for free?

    How much advice should you give to clients before you start charging? Is there value in doing the hard yards for free? Or are the tyre-kickers bringing your business down? Insurance Business investigates…

  • Brokers: how to solve our public perception crisis

    Three leading Australian insurance brokers tell Insurance Business how to tackle the public perception problem that insurance brokers are simply not to be trusted…