Financial Services » Insurance

Managing risk requires expert knowledge of the insurance industry and its key players, as well as the intricacies of the insurance reform agenda.

At Corrs, the insurance team has covered some of the highest profile industry matters in recent years. We advises all types of participants in the life insurance and general insurance sectors, and actively guide both domestic and international clients through the myriad of regulatory reforms which impact on their business.

Our Experts

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Ashley Hill

Special Counsel Location Brisbane Profile
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Ben Davidson

Partner Location Melbourne Profile
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Christine Maher

Partner Location Brisbane Profile
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Daniel Marquet

Partner Location Melbourne Profile
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Frank Lawson

Partner Location Sydney Profile
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Joanne Dwyer

Special Counsel Location Brisbane Profile
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Julie Cameron

Partner Location Brisbane Profile
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Michael Chaaya

Partner Location Sydney Profile
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Michael do Rozario

Special Counsel Location Sydney Profile

Our Experience

Queensland floods

In the aftermath of the devastating Queensland floods in 2011 and 2012, the Queensland Flood Commission of Inquiry investigated how well insurers had handled claims. The examined the process and timeliness of response, interpretations of policy inclusions and exclusions, reasons for declining and dispute resolution processes of eight large insurers.

Corrs helped Suncorp Group and AAMI, both with high exposure to flood claims and many sensitive issues, respond to the Commission’s investigation and show their compliance.

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Our Thinking

Product disclosure isn’t working: Financial System Inquiry must make financial literacy the priority

The FSI’s call for a new approach to regulating financial products is welcome but it misses the core problem of financial literacy.

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The future of financial advice (FOFA) reforms

The Future of Financial Advice (FOFA) reforms focus on the framework for the proper provision of financial advice.

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Our Experience

Queensland floods

In the aftermath of the devastating Queensland floods in 2011 and 2012, the Queensland Flood Commission of Inquiry investigated how well insurers had handled claims. The examined the process and timeliness of response, interpretations of policy inclusions and exclusions, reasons for declining and dispute resolution processes of eight large insurers.

Corrs helped Suncorp Group and AAMI, both with high exposure to flood claims and many sensitive issues, respond to the Commission’s investigation and show their compliance.

Our Thinking

The future of financial advice (FOFA) reforms

The Future of Financial Advice (FOFA) reforms focus on the framework for the proper provision of financial advice.

Product disclosure isn’t working: Financial System Inquiry must make financial literacy the priority

The FSI’s call for a new approach to regulating financial products is welcome but it misses the core problem of financial literacy.

Our Experts

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Ashley Hill

Special Counsel Brisbane +61 7 3228 9436
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Ben Davidson

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3500
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Christine Maher

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9413
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Daniel Marquet

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3172
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Frank Lawson

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6224
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Joanne Dwyer

Special Counsel Brisbane +61 7 3228 9375
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Julie Cameron

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9461
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Michael Chaaya

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6627
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Michael do Rozario

Special Counsel Sydney +61 2 9210 6566