Doing disasters better
As natural catastrophes continue to make headlines across the country, what can the insurance industry and other interested parties do better when it comes to disasters?
Insurance drones have lift off
In an Australian first, IAG recently used drones to assess bushfire-caused property damage. How significant are the benefits and what is the future for commercial drone use in and outside insurance?
How should the Australian insurance industry and the businesses it serves prepare for the potential impacts of climate change?
Asian markets offer increasingly attractive prospects for Australian businesses. Insurance Business examines some of the key developments in the region and the pros and cons of making the move
Over the past decade, the multinational technology behemoth has changed the world. How much noise will Google make in the insurance space?
Catastrophe declared in wake of storms
Storms that tore through parts of Queensland and New South Wales, including parts of Sydney, have officially been declared a catastrophe as the first estimate of insured losses has been released
$7 million claim remains in limbo
An 18-month-old insurance claim has yet to reach a resolution on what happened to the missing mine site plant at the Sino Iron project in 2013
Insurance industry must be part of booming sharing economy
The insurance industry must be part of the sharing economy as a new report reveals the global market could be worth US$20 billion by 2020
Weekly Wrap: International firm to cut 2,000 jobs in restructure
PLUS: Insurance law firm appoints CTP and liability team in Brisbane and Caution remains around remaining EQC transfer figures
Major firm IAG makes senior appointment
A major Australian insurer has made a senior new appointment as they look to continue to develop their growing business