The road to recovery for insurers
Conduct, the Royal Commission, bushfires, COVID-19: Meeting community expectations in a time of disruption
Even before the critical regulatory reforms post the Hayne Royal Commission into Misconduct, the insurance industry was grappling with meeting changed community expectations.
COVID-19: Impact on Insurers and IFRS 17
At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the primary focus of insurers was their customers.
At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the primary focus of insurers was their customers. Now because of how the pandemic has radically altered both our economic and health environments, shining the spotlight firmly on safety, insurers have to equally manage the interests of all their stakeholders.
Covid-19 - general insurer implications
Getting ready for IFRS 17
The global outbreak of COVID-19 has quickly escalated in both size and scope, with the ongoing spread of the coronavirus impacting millions of lives and the accompanying lockdowns significantly impacting the world’s economies. These events have implications for general insurers on multiple fronts given the wide variety of coverage they offer and the operational implications from underwriting and claims processes. [LE1]Just noting I’ve deleted these because we’ve already established the global context at the start of this sentence 😊