HCF has launched what it claims is a health insurance industry-first QR code claiming solution for extras services to make the claims process more efficient.
The Financial Services Council (FSC) says that the implementation of the new Life Code of Practice with effect from 1 July 2023 will introduce over 50 comprehensive consumer protections that will change the way customers interact with their life insurers.
The Financial Services Council (FSC) of Australia has announced soon-to-be-implemented New Life Code of Practice (new life code), which will introduce over 50 comprehensive consumer protections that will change the way customers interact with their life insurers.
Sydney-headquartered Emergence Insurance, an underwriting agency specialising in cyber insurance, has established a company in Auckland in New Zealand.
In a recent national survey of home and contents insurance policyholders, nearly nine out of 10 (87%) said their premiums had increased with their most recent renewal notice.
Despite the compulsory superannuation guarantee being over 30 years old in Australia, a worrying majority of Australians (2 in 3) fear they will not have sufficient financial resources to retire, according to the findings of a survey commissioned by Findex, one of Australasia's leading providers of integrated financial advisory and accounting services.
Retirees continue to face significant upward pressure on their household budgets amid historically high consumer price inflation, says the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA), which is the peak policy, research and advocacy body for Australia's superannuation industry.
Zurich Financial Services Australia (Zurich) has launched Zurich Evolve, a new offering to protect the health and well-being of customers "at every stage of their lives".
The Victorian Government has announced in its 2023-24 Budget that it plans to abolish business insurance duty as it introduces tax reforms to help businesses and grow the economy.
New research from Suncorp Group insurer AAMI reveals that around half of Aussies have collided with a 'roo' or other wildlife while driving, yet the vast majority (61%) admit they would dangerously swerve or slam on the brakes to avoid hitting an animal.