In January, the World Economic Forum produced a report examining the 31 biggest risks facing the world today.
Members of NIBA's NSW Young Professional Committee, Andrew Faber of MGA, Noel Kelly of Austbrokers and Scott Woodward of Zurich, explain how and why the industry is acting now to develop young talent.
Organisations are being urged to make more efforts to train the ‘lost generation’ following new research released on the eve of global talks in Davos.
A new study has found some startling statistics which suggest it’s not living within walking distance of good quality schools that attracts expats to new countries – it’s insurance.
It has taken more than three centuries but finally Lloyd’s of London has appointed its first female CEO – and the Australian insurance industry could not be happier.
A former Swiss Re Group chief financial officer will take over the vacant position at Zurich Insurance Group following the tragic suicide death of Pierre Wauthier in August.
An underwriting agency is hiring a string of experienced professionals from major insurers and plans to create a base in another major city.
Another major insurance player is said to be in talks with Wesfarmers about acquiring its insurance business.
Australia's insurers are standing together on commission policy following Vero's reduction of personal lines rates – but are they keeping commissions stable or planning to follow suit?
An insurance builder is providing the industry with a set of free emergency facilities to assist the sector in helping policyholders in the event of a catastrophe.