Not content with taking part in a 24-hour treadmill challenge to aid Suicide Prevention Australia, Gallagher’s own Tim Hardy has topped the charts for his individual fundraising efforts.
A construction project time schedule demands the coordination of numerous moving parts, the ability to factor in ‘float’, or ‘slack’, and having contingency plans in place for when the unexpected occurs.
The latest issue of Association Professional magazine, published by association insurance experts Gallagher, is out now and is available as a free digital download.
A new report compiled by Insurtech Australia and EY has found that innovative firms see insurtech as an enabler rather than a disruptor for the incumbent insurance industry.
Boaters are being urged to remain vigilant following a cargo spill that saw 83 containers lost in seas off the coast of Newcastle.
Champagne, dainty cakes and miniature savouries are not the fare normally associated with civil construction but they were the order of the day at the annual Women in Civil High Tea held at the Adelaide Convention Centre in May. As a sponsor of the event, a diamond sponsor of the Civil Contractors Federation South Australia and long-time sponsor of the national CCF, a team of Gallagher...
The Maritime Law Association of Australia and New Zealand (MLAANZ) has recommended amendments be made to the Commonwealth Marine Insurance Act 1909 (MIA) following changes to the UK Marine Insurance Act 1906 (UK MIA), on which the law is based.
Consumers should take a lead from how insurers are dealing with toughening market conditions, says Gallagher’s Chris McKeown, as reported in Business Acumen Magazine. “Shopping around for a broker with experience in your industry and insight into your professional needs will pay off when you need to claim.”
A new report released by Vero has found that clients that use a broker find themselves in a better position come claim time.