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Sri Lanka travel advisory

24 April 2019 | social
Any clients who are in Sri Lanka or looking to go, please be aware the Department of Foreign Affairs has updated its security warning today (24 April 2019) to: Level 3 RECONSIDER YOUR NEED TO TRAVEL Read more  
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5 things to know about Business Interruption or Loss of Profits insurance

14 March 2019 | social
Business interruption insurance
1. It covers loss of income – should your business be unable to trade due to a property loss such as a fire or storm damage. When you do reopen you are likely going to have to rebuild your client base.
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Flood and rain run-off cover differences spark concern

8 March 2019 | social
Understand what your policy cover regarding flood insurance
Please read this article on the differences between flooding and rainfall runoff cover in some insurance policies. It pays to know what you are covered for. Make sure you ask your broker to clarify the difference between insurers' policies - especially if you choose not to insure yourself for flood. Read more
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Bushfires are back in the headlines

6 March 2019 | social
VIC Bushfires
Bushfires are in the headlines across the country despite Summer being officially over. If you think you may be at risk, please remain vigilant and double check your fire plans.  Keep important items in a fireproof safe and check your insurance limits will cover everything. For those of you in the vicinity of fire affected areas, please stay safe . Read more
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Penny Collins profiled by QBE Insurance

1 March 2019 | social
A short video produced by QBE Insurance Australia following our Director, Penny Collins, winning VIC/TAS Insurance Broker of the Year
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Building cladding case highlights surveyors, architects and fire engineers

1 March 2019 | social
News story about building cladding legal case
The outcome of the much talked about legal case regarding the cladding of the Lacrosse building that caught fire in Melbourne has been announced. The surveyors, architects and fire engineers were found to be liable – not the builders. Not only should this serve as a wake-up call to make sure comprehensive professional indemnity insurance is in place for these professions, but you need to make sure you know what you are covered for – many insurers have started adding exclusions to policies can affect claims for work done over the last 15 years!
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Townsville - a timely reminder

24 February 2019 | social
It has been distressing to see the devastation that has been wrecked upon Townsville and the surrounding farming community recently. Fortunately, our clients in the area are all okay. It is at time likes these I am reminded why I am so passionate about the insurance industry. Without the industry and the people who work tirelessly when events like this happen, many people who have lost their homes and businesses may never fully recover.
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Meet team member George Callegari

24 February 2019 | social
George Callegari
George Callegari is one of our experienced Account Managers working mainly with our larger clients in the South Eastern and Northern Melbourne suburbs.
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Study finds SMEs feel less vulnerable to cyber attacks - despite a majority experiencing them

14 February 2019 | social
Are you prepared for cyber incidents? A recent survey says SME’s are not, despite the fact 60% have had a cyber incident in the last 12 months. Read the full article
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Progress on new Motor Neurone Disease drug

11 January 2019 | social
Fantastic to see progress on a new drug for Motor Neurone Disease partially funded by our major community support partner, Neale Daniher’s Fight MND Foundation. Read the article  
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