Just as you need the perfect fertiliser mix for specific soils, you also need the right insurance plan for your spreader business’s unique needs.
With Australia several months past the regulatory change that saw mandatory breach notification become a reality in the country, what do the changes mean for your business?
In our last article we looked at insurance cover that every automotive business should consider. But what about individuals? How can you ensure your livelihoods are protected?
Gallagher's Stuart Davies and Adam Squire have been featured in the latest issue of Insurance Adviser, the monthly magazine released by the National Insurance Brokers Association.
New South Wales faced unprecedented temperatures this past weekend, with 'catastrophic' fire conditions described as the worst in the state's history.
According to the NSW Rural Fire Service, communities in the Upper Hunter, Central Ranges and Upper Central West Plains have been particularly at risk. A number of properties have reportedly been destroyed by bush fires, and a large uncontained...
Sydney, 29 January 2015 – Gallagher has boosted its market-leading marine risk management capability through the appointment of two additional specialists.
Jim Metters, one of the industry's most experienced marine broking experts, has joined Gallagher in the key role of Principal Broker after a career spanning over 40 years at leading organisations including Marsh.
Malware is the most predominant cybercrime threat in Australia, according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC). And ransomware – a virulent type of malware – is a rising threat to businesses in Australia and abroad. But what is it? And how does it affect your business?
Australian insurance broker Gallagher, announced the acquisition of well-regarded Western Australia (WA) workplace risk consultancy, RiskLink.
‘Liability’ is a loaded term with several different meanings and applications. In an accounting context, a liability may be a company’s financial debt. In a less specific sense, a liability may be someone or something who is generally a risk or burden to others.
An estimated 1.75 million blocks of land across Australia face bushfire risk, according to data released by the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA). Worse still there’s a danger that a high proportion of these properties may be underinsured – leaving landowners potentially facing dire financial consequences in the event of a loss.
NSW strata law reforms that will affect as many as 2 million people across the state come into effect on 30 November 2016, and could lead to an increase in residential strata insurance premiums.
The 2016 edition of the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Threat Report has been published, and is available to read here.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics started collecting data on museum and gallery attendance in 1991. Since then, attendance rates have been on the rise for museums, art galleries and other cultural venues. Attendance at art galleries in particular has grown by 3.2 percent, attracting 11 million visitors a year.
Insurance… It’s pretty hard to get excited about and, for many, it’s a total after thought. Don’t fall into that trap! Choosing business insurance for mechanics and automotive engineers is one of the most important decisions business owners in the industry can make.
With a string of high-profile data breaches making headline news across the world, no company appears to be immune from the threat of a cyber incursion. Apple, Sony, JP Morgan Chase, British Airways and the European Central Bank are among high-end corporates to fall victim to hackers or malware, while the Australian Census fail of 2016 was, officially at least, attributed to a cyber attack.
Understanding insurance needs, options and obligations is a challenge for every organisation. Museums and galleries face the additional challenge of having to insure collections, displays, contractors, volunteers and more. So it's no surprise that, for many professionals, museum insurance seems needlessly complicated.
Christmas is coming. And while competition and rising rents have dampened profitability in jewelry retailing, sales figures for the holiday season look promising:
The tattoo industry was left reeling last month after a damning report into tattoo ink safety, released by the National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme (NICNAS), revealed that specific tattoo inks ‘likely being used in Australia’ are either unsafe or not fit for purpose.