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Allianz add additional cover to their Business Insurance Policy

  Australian insurer Allianz has made changes to it’s Steadfast Business Pack policy, the changes to their business insurance policy includes; The Theft section has been enhanced by adding a new additional benefit that covers the Theft of Property Insured in the open air. This addition will provide automatic cover for theft without forcible and violent entry of Property Insured in open air within the boundaries of Premises, subject to meeting specific security requirements as stated in the

What is Business Interruption Insurance

Why get business interruption insurance? If a business is out of action for a length of time Business Interruption Insurance will cover expenses while your business recovers, relocates or restocks. Normally part of a Business Insurance policy, it will kick in following a fire or other insured peril occurring at a business premises when some form of interruption to the business occurs.   What type of expenses does Business Interruption Insurance Cover? This insurance will cover your business related expenses like rent, wages, relocation expenses, advertising and

TAL Purchases National Financial Solutions Group

Insurance Comparison Site Sold Life insurer Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company has announced that TAL Group (TAL Dai-ichi Life Australia Pty Limited, directly owned by the Company, and its subsidiaries) has agreed to purchase NFS Group (National Financial Solutions Pty Ltd and its subsidiaries), an online life insurance comparison business. The purchase price was disclosed, TAL had a 10% share of NFS group, who’s sites include Melbourne based

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What is Coinsurance – Could You Be Left Out Of Pocket?

Don’t under-insure to save on premium Many SME owners when seeking new business insurance quotes, under estimate the value of their stock to reduce the insurance premium, according to Steve Sloan a broker with Insure 247. “Business owners need to consider what would happen to their businesses cash flow in the event of a catastrophic loss, the potential savings in premium could result in the business going broke or at least triggering the under-insurance clause their policy” Under

If My Occupation Changes Do I Need To Advise My Business Insurer?

If you are a small business owner and you primary occupation changes do you need to advise your insurer? Yes according to Steve Sloan Broker with Insure 247, “if you are insured as a handyman and you get a cleaning contract, you may not be covered in the event of a claim. In some cases its is easy as a phone call to your broker” Insurers will class you occupation as the activity that produces the majority of your income

Does business insurance cover theft by employees

Most Commercial Business Package – Business Insurance policy will have some limited cover for theft by employee or Employee Dishonesty most will have limit $5,000 provided loss is discovered within 45 days of its occurrence, if your unsure refer to the product disclosure statement or ask your insurance broker. Arrange an Insurance Quote Here Please note Quotesonline Insurance News is an information service provided by third parties Insure 247 Australia doesn’t warrants the accuracy of

Zurich Highlight benefits offered by insurance brokers

General Insurer Zurich have commssioned a study by Cameron Research group that found 87% of small to medium enterprises (SME) were very satisfied with their insurance broker. “Most businesses get professional advice or support for key aspects of running their business, for example legal and taxation. Zurich believes that given the critical nature of insurance it should also warrant professional advice,” said Mr Daniel Fogarty Zurich Chief Executive Officer, General Insurance Zurich’s top 3 reasons why SMEs should use an insurance

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QBE announces structural changes

Insurance giant QBE insurance has announced changes in its executive structure which will be immediately put into effect. The change in the structure of the company’s Group Executives has been sparked by retirement of CEO Frank O’Halloran effective mid August 2012. The members of the Group Executive team are as follows: • Steven Burns, Chief Executive Officer European Operations • Neil Drabsch, Group Chief Financial Officer • Colin Fagen, Chief Executive Officer Australian & New Zealand Operations • John Rumpler, President and Chief

Retailers To Ensure They Were Adequately Insured Against The Possibility Of Natural Disasters

Peak retail industry body the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) recently urged retailers to ensure they were adequately insured against the possibility of natural disasters as the Australian fire and flood season opens. ARA Executive Director Russell Zimmerman said as Australia heads into the peak time for the possibility of natural disasters, retailers needed to review their insurance policies to make sure they don’t find themselves underinsured in the devastating event of a natural disaster. “This is a

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