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.
An insurer calls for the government’s reforms to take a deeper look at the surrounding issues and industry bodies voice their views as the debate over strata insurance intensifies.
Which insurer has been awarded the annual prize dedicated to one of the industry's claims legends?
Pointing to the industry’s response to Tropical Cyclone Yasi as one her fondest career moments, Hardy says she is “truly proud to be part of such a vital industry and experience the results of its benefits firsthand on such an awesome scale”.
Wesfarmers has broken its silence over the rumoured sale of its insurance business to Zurich to refute claims that it leaked details to gauge market interest.
Were rumours that Zurich was to buy Wesfarmers' insurance division all part of a strategic plan to attract a buyer?
Conjecture that a global insurer is to buy the major player has reached fever pitch, but the rumoured buyer has poured cold water on speculation.
Two extensive investigations in to the suicide of the late chief financial officer have determined that the insurance company did not subject the executive to “undue stress”.