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The Age
Hacks and attacks worry Australian insurersCyber risk, including hacks and attacks on companies' systems, have climbed fro
Hacks and attacks worry Australian insurers
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Cyber risk, including hacks and attacks on companies' systems, have climbed from 19th place to become the worst fear of insurers in just four years, according to Scott Fergusson of PwC Australia. Photo: Reuters Cyber attacks have been singled out as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hacks and attacks worry Australian insurersCyber risk, including hacks and attacks on companies' systems, have climbed fro
Hacks and attacks worry Australian insurers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
Cyber risk, including hacks and attacks on companies' systems, have climbed from 19th place to become the worst fear of insurers in just four years, according to Scott Fergusson of PwC Australia. Photo: Reuters Cyber attacks have been singled out as... Read more
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Canberra Times
Hacks and attacks worry Australian insurersCyber risk, including hacks and attacks on companies' systems, have climbed fro
Hacks and attacks worry Australian insurers
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Cyber risk, including hacks and attacks on companies' systems, have climbed from 19th place to become the worst fear of insurers in just four years, according to Scott Fergusson of PwC Australia. Photo: Reuters Cyber attacks have been singled out as... Read more
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New Kerala
Spanish stock market risesThe Spanish stock market Ibex-35 rose 0.61 percent on Friday to close at 10,352
Spanish stock market rises
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
The Spanish stock market Ibex-35 rose 0.61 percent on Friday to close at 10,352.90 points, up from the 10,290.20 points of the previous session. Share values were up 0.79 percent in the week as a whole, with Spain's risk premium falling to 132... Read more
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Independent
Market Report: Surge after upbeat US GDP data helps FTSE 100 claw back most of 'Black Monday' lossesBut it was Thursday’s surge after upbeat American GDP data that helped the Foot
Market Report: Surge after upbeat US GDP data helps FTSE 100 claw back most of 'Black Monday' losses
Independent / Posted yesterday
But it was Thursday’s surge after upbeat American GDP data that helped the Footsie claw back most of the losses incurred on “Black Monday”, when European markets suffered their worst day since 2011. Chris Beauchamp, senior market analyst at IG... Read more
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Weekly Times
12-year-old car crash victim takes on NRMATHE father of a 12-year-old boy with permanent brain damage says a step has bee
12-year-old car crash victim takes on NRMA
Weekly Times / Posted 3 days ago
THE father of a 12-year-old boy with permanent brain damage says a step has been taken in the right direction in the family's fight for NRMA Insurance to continue paying its medical bills. LAYTON Smith and his father delivered a petition of more... Read more
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New Kerala
Spanish stock market fallsSpanish stock market index fell 1.29 percent on Wednesday to close at 9,984.50
Spanish stock market falls
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
Spanish stock market index fell 1.29 percent on Wednesday to close at 9,984.50 points, down from the 10,115.40 points of Tuesday. ArcelorMittal shares led falls losing 3.30 percent, followed by Acerinox, FCC, Repsol, Banco Santander and Sacyr that... Read more
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News.com.au
How you can help right a wrongNSW & ACT How you can help Layton Smith in his battle with NRMA Insurance and
How you can help right a wrong
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
NSW & ACT How you can help Layton Smith in his battle with NRMA Insurance and parent company IAG Calling IAG shareholders ... can you help Layton Smith and his father, Troy?Source: News Corp Australia ARE you one of Insurance Australia Group’s... Read more
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New Kerala
Spanish stock market up 3.68 percent Spanish stock market index Ibex-35 rose 3.68 percent to close at 10,115.40 po
Spanish stock market up 3.68 percent
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
Spanish stock market index Ibex-35 rose 3.68 percent to close at 10,115.40 points. The index was up from the 9,756.60 points of Monday when it registered the biggest fall since August 2012. On Tuesday, Abengoa... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Allianz global assistance appoints new chief operations officerBart Taylor has taken up the position of chief operating officer at Allianz Glo
Allianz global assistance appoints new chief operations officer
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 4 days ago
Bart Taylor has taken up the position of chief operating officer at Allianz Global Assistance, New Zealand’s largest travel insurance and assistance provider. Coming to AGA with a financial services and insurance background, Bart’s focus will be... Read more
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iTNews
Australia's fintech hub opens for businessSydney financial technology start-up hub Stone & Chalk opened its doors for the
Australia's fintech hub opens for business
iTNews / Posted 4 days ago
Sydney financial technology start-up hub Stone & Chalk opened its doors for the first time tonight, with 41 businesses selected to take up residence within the not-for-profit incubator seeking to become the fintech heart of Asia. The start-ups will... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Engineer accepts findingPart of the roof of Stadium Southland collapsed under a heavy snow loading in S
Engineer accepts finding
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
Part of the roof of Stadium Southland collapsed under a heavy snow loading in September 2010. PHOTO: TV3 NEWS A civil claim between insurance companies in the High Court at Christchurch resulted last week in Justice Rachel Dunningham ordering the... Read more
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The Age
Stone & Chalk names resident start-upsFintech hub Stone & Chalk chairman Craig Dunn. Photo: Chris Pearce The Google
Stone & Chalk names resident start-ups
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Fintech hub Stone & Chalk chairman Craig Dunn. Photo: Chris Pearce The Google-backed, Silicon Valley-based fintech start-up Ripple Labs, which is developing new payments transfer technology, is among a group of 41 start-ups that have joined Stone &... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Stadium collapse ruling 'pretty good' outcomeA civil claim between insurance companies has ended in the High Court at Christ
Stadium collapse ruling 'pretty good' outcome
Otago Daily Times / Posted 5 days ago
A civil claim between insurance companies has ended in the High Court at Christchurch with Justice Rachel Dunningham ordering the council and Invercargill engineer Tony Major to pay $16.9 million. Mr King yesterday said Justice Dunningham found the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
LLC | The Australian BusinessNowWhile news of Berkshire Hathaway’s purchase of a stake in IAG a few weeks back
LLC | The Australian BusinessNow
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
While news of Berkshire Hathaway’s purchase of a stake in IAG a few weeks back spurred a solid rally in the insurer’s share price, new Credit Suisse research suggest Warren Buffett’s track record outside the US is not all it’s cracked up to be. The... Read more
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The Courier Mail
21 | August | 2015 | The Australian BusinessNowInsurance Australia Group has seen a 41 per cent fall in full-year profit as a
21 | August | 2015 | The Australian BusinessNow
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Insurance Australia Group has seen a 41 per cent fall in full-year profit as a sharp lift in natural hazard claims hurt its bottom line. In the year to June 30: The insurer produced a net profit attributable to members of $728 million, a 41 per... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Leadership on repairs neededThe latest bad news out of Christchurch is set to add to the misery of people e
Leadership on repairs needed
Otago Daily Times / Posted 6 days ago
The latest bad news out of Christchurch is set to add to the misery of people enduring years of heartache as they battle their way out of the earthquake related disasters besetting the city. Late last week, a Ministry of Business, Innovation and... Read more
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TheBull
Stocks to watch - www.thebull.com.auStocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: A2M - A2 MILK - up four cent
Stocks to watch - www.thebull.com.au
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: A2M - A2 MILK - up four cents, or 6.25, at 68 cents FNP - FREEDOM FOODS - down two cents, or 0.62 per cent, at $3.23 An insider trading investigation into A2 Milk Co suitor, US-based Dean Foods, is... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMsATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Loui
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMs
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
ATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank has predicted a decline in the number of automated teller machines, as digital payments allow consumers to make fewer cash withdrawals and avoid... Read more
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WA Today
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMsATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Loui
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMs
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
ATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank has predicted a decline in the number of automated teller machines, as digital payments allow consumers to make fewer cash withdrawals and avoid... Read more
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The Age
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMsATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Loui
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMs
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
ATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank has predicted a decline in the number of automated teller machines, as digital payments allow consumers to make fewer cash withdrawals and avoid... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMsATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Loui
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMs
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
ATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank has predicted a decline in the number of automated teller machines, as digital payments allow consumers to make fewer cash withdrawals and avoid... Read more
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Canberra Times
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMsATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Loui
Reserve Bank tips slide in ATMs
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
ATM withdrawals are dropping as consumers use cash less frequently. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank has predicted a decline in the number of automated teller machines, as digital payments allow consumers to make fewer cash withdrawals and avoid... Read more
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Business Insurance
Insurance Australia Group seeks bigger China presence(Reuters) — Insurance Australia Group on Friday said it was exploring opportuni
Insurance Australia Group seeks bigger China presence
Business Insurance / Posted 8 days ago
(Reuters) — Insurance Australia Group on Friday said it was exploring opportunities for a bigger presence in China and would scale back its investment in regional Chinese insurer. The remarks come after the company posted a 41% drop in full-year net... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Share market on track for worst month since GFCShare market ends week lower, on track for worst month since global financial c
Share market on track for worst month since GFC
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Share market ends week lower, on track for worst month since global financial crisis The share market has fallen sharply again, led by banking shares, and is on track for its worst month since the global financial crisis. The All Ordinaries closed... Read more
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TheBull
IAG LimitedREPORTING SEASON: (IAG) Insurance Australia Group Ltd (IAG) ballooning natura
IAG Limited
TheBull / Posted 9 days ago
REPORTING SEASON: (IAG) Insurance Australia Group Ltd (IAG) ballooning natural peril costs weigh on IAG’s result - Ballooning natural peril costs have weighed on IAG’s full year result. The total value of policies sold, also known as... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian shares fall again as China fears spreadThe big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty
Australian shares fall again as China fears spread
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
The big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty Australian shares are on track for their worst month since the global financial crisis, with steep falls on Wall Street and more bad economic data from China prompting... Read more
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TheBull
Stocks to watch on FridayStocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 M
Stocks to watch on Friday
TheBull / Posted 9 days ago
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 MILK - up four cents, or 6.25, at 68 cents FNP - FREEDOM FOODS - down two cents, or 0.62 per cent, at $3.23 An insider trading investigation into A2 Milk Co suitor,... Read more
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TheBull
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowoutIAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims tha
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowout
TheBull / Posted 9 days ago
IAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims that dented full-year profit by more than 40 per cent. Net profit for the year to June 30 was $728 million, down from $1.2 billion the previous year, after Tropical Cyclone... Read more
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WA Today
Australian shares fall again as China fears spreadThe big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty
Australian shares fall again as China fears spread
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
The big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty Australian shares are on track for their worst month since the GFC, with steep falls on Wall Street and further bad economic data from China prompting another sharp... Read more
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Sky News Australia
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowoutIAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims tha
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowout
Sky News Australia / Posted 9 days ago
IAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims that dented full-year profit by more than 40 per cent. Net profit for the year to 30th of June was $728 million, down from $1.2 billion the previous year, after Tropical... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowoutIAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims tha
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowout
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 9 days ago
IAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims that dented full-year profit by more than 40 per cent. Net profit for the year to 30th of June was $728 million, down from $1.2 billion the previous year, after Tropical... Read more
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The Age
Australian shares fall again as China fears spreadThe big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty
Australian shares fall again as China fears spread
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
The big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty Australian shares are on track for their worst month since the GFC, with steep falls on Wall Street and further bad economic data from China prompting another sharp... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian shares fall again as China fears spreadThe big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty
Australian shares fall again as China fears spread
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
The big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty Australian shares are on track for their worst month since the GFC, with steep falls on Wall Street and further bad economic data from China prompting another sharp... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian shares fall again as China fears spreadThe big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty
Australian shares fall again as China fears spread
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
The big banks drove a steep afternoon sell-off on the ASX. Photo: Andrew Quilty Australian shares are on track for their worst month since the GFC, with steep falls on Wall Street and further bad economic data from China prompting another sharp... Read more
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Herald Sun
Stocks to watch on FridaySTOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 M
Stocks to watch on Friday
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
STOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 MILK - up four cents, or 6.25, at 68 cents An insider trading investigation into A2 Milk Co suitor, US-based Dean Foods, is understood to have scuppered its involvement... Read more
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Weekly Times
Stocks to watch on FridaySTOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 M
Stocks to watch on Friday
Weekly Times / Posted 9 days ago
STOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 MILK - up four cents, or 6.25, at 68 cents An insider trading investigation into A2 Milk Co suitor, US-based Dean Foods, is understood to have scuppered its involvement... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Stocks to watch on FridaySTOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 M
Stocks to watch on Friday
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
STOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 MILK - up four cents, or 6.25, at 68 cents An insider trading investigation into A2 Milk Co suitor, US-based Dean Foods, is understood to have scuppered its involvement... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Stocks to watch on FridaySTOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 M
Stocks to watch on Friday
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
STOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Friday, Aug 21: A2M - A2 MILK - up four cents, or 6.25, at 68 cents An insider trading investigation into A2 Milk Co suitor, US-based Dean Foods, is understood to have scuppered its involvement... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
IAG NZ boosts profit on Lumley acquisitionInsurance Australia Group's New Zealand unit, the country's biggest general ins
IAG NZ boosts profit on Lumley acquisition
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 9 days ago
Insurance Australia Group's New Zealand unit, the country's biggest general insurer, lifted annual profit 20 percent and gross written premiums 19 percent as it benefited from the acquisition of Lumley Insurance last year. Including income from its... Read more
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Herald Sun
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowoutIAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims tha
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowout
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
IAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims that dented full-year profit by more than 40 per cent. NET profit for the year to June 30 was $728 million, down from $1.2 billion the previous year, after Tropical Cyclone... Read more
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Weekly Times
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowoutIAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims tha
IAG profit down 41% after claims blowout
Weekly Times / Posted 9 days ago
IAG is targeting growth in Asia following a blowout in natural peril claims that dented full-year profit by more than 40 per cent. NET profit for the year to June 30 was $728 million, down from $1.2 billion the previous year, after Tropical Cyclone... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
IAG shares slide as catastrophes hit profit The wave of weather-related catastrophes on Australia's east coast earlier th
IAG shares slide as catastrophes hit profit
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
The wave of weather-related catastrophes on Australia's east coast earlier this year has taken another casualty in the insurance industry with IAG posting a 41 per cent fall in full-year profit to $728... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aust stocks sink 1.28% at openThe Australian sharemarket slumped more than 1 per cent at the open after Wall
Aust stocks sink 1.28% at open
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
The Australian sharemarket slumped more than 1 per cent at the open after Wall Street fell, with the Dow dropping to its lowest level for 2015 as worries spread about the strength of the world economy. At the 10.15am (AEST) open, the benchmark... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust stocks sink 1.28% at openThe Australian sharemarket slumped more than 1 per cent at the open after Wall
Aust stocks sink 1.28% at open
Business Spectator / Posted 9 days ago
The Australian sharemarket slumped more than 1 per cent at the open after Wall Street fell, with the Dow dropping to its lowest level for 2015 as worries spread about the strength of the world economy. At the 10.15am (AEST) open, the benchmark... Read more
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Perth Now
IAG cuts dividend after claims blowoutINSURANCE Australia Group is targeting growth in Asia after cutting its dividen
IAG cuts dividend after claims blowout
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
INSURANCE Australia Group is targeting growth in Asia after cutting its dividend following a blowout in natural peril claims that dented full-year profit by 41 per cent. THE insurer's net profit for the 12 months to June 30 was $728 million, down... Read more
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WA Today
IAG posts 31 per cent drop in insurance profits"We continue to enjoy a strong position," says IAG boss Mike Wilkins. Photo: Be
IAG posts 31 per cent drop in insurance profits
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
"We continue to enjoy a strong position," says IAG boss Mike Wilkins. Photo: Ben Rushton Natural disaster claims and increasing competition have taken a toll on Insurance Australia Group's earnings, with the insurance giant posting a $1.1 billion... Read more
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Adelaide Now
IAG cuts dividend after claims blowoutINSURANCE Australia Group is targeting growth in Asia after cutting its dividen
IAG cuts dividend after claims blowout
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
INSURANCE Australia Group is targeting growth in Asia after cutting its dividend following a blowout in natural peril claims that dented full-year profit by 41 per cent. THE insurer's net profit for the 12 months to June 30 was $728 million, down... Read more
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The Courier Mail
IAG cuts dividend after claims blowoutINSURANCE Australia Group is targeting growth in Asia after cutting its dividen
IAG cuts dividend after claims blowout
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
INSURANCE Australia Group is targeting growth in Asia after cutting its dividend following a blowout in natural peril claims that dented full-year profit by 41 per cent. THE insurer's net profit for the 12 months to June 30 was $728 million, down... Read more
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