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Enforceable code provisions: an interview with John Price, Lead Ombudsman for General Insurance Decisions, AFCA

Continuing on from our blog series “Insurance After Hayne”, we will be posting short interviews with industry and legal experts on the Hayne recommendations and the proposed reforms to the industry.   In the second instalment of the series, we were joined by John Price, Lead Ombudsman for General Insurance Decisions at the Australian Financial Complaints … Continue reading

Removal of the claims handling exemption – what will it mean for insurers?

A Norton Rose Fulbright webinar with John Anning, Insurance Council of Australia Continuing on from our blog series “Insurance After Hayne”, we will be posting short interviews with industry and legal experts on the Hayne recommendations and the proposed reforms to the industry. In the first of these interviews, Ray Giblett (insurance partner, Sydney) sat … Continue reading

Insurance After Hayne Part 5 – The Three Cs: Claims, Codes and Complaints. A Triple Threat or Opportunity?

Welcome to Part 5 of Insurance After Hayne, a six part series on our Insurance Law Tomorrow blog focusing on the implications for insurers following the release of the final report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services industry. In this week’s article, we explore Commissioner Hayne’s recommendations on … Continue reading

Insurance After Hayne Part 4 – Spotlight on culture, governance and pay

Welcome to Part 4 of Insurance After Hayne, a six part series on our Insurance Law Tomorrow blog focusing on the implications for insurers following the release of the final report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services industry. In this week’s article, we explore Commissioner Hayne’s recommendations on … Continue reading

Insurance after Hayne Part 1 – What do insurers need to do following the Royal Commission’s final report?

Welcome to Part 1 of “Insurance after Hayne”, a special series on our Insurance Law Tomorrow blog focusing on the implications for general and life insurers following the release of the Royal Commission’s final report. Each week, we will be sharing our thoughts on Commissioner Hayne’s recommendations through the lens of our insurance regulatory team. … Continue reading
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