New Zealanders among the team at the Gallagher Mulgrave branch were deeply saddened by the tragedy in Christchurch on Friday 15 April, when a terrorist gunman opened fire on Muslim worshippers at two mosques in the city, killing 50.
Food recalls are on the rise, and it’s consumers who are acting as product watchdogs and making complaints when issues arise.
Gallagher is among the most highly represented companies in the 2019 Insurance Business Awards which recognise the achievements of outstanding brokers, brokerages, insurers, underwriters and industry leaders across a range of categories.
More than 2000 firefighters across the Gippsland area of Victoria have been battling at least 19 out of control fires, with residents put on watch and act warnings, The Melbourne Age reports.
Since Gallagher first earned its place on the Ethisphere World’s Most Ethical Company list it has retained this recognition year on year, and as the only insurance broker to merit inclusion.
Four of our best people received recognition as industry high achievers in Insurance Business Australia’s 2019 hot list of ones to watch in the coming year – the highest representation of any company.
When Brisbane account executive Mia Hepi received a Gallagher internal email telling staff that computer equipment not needed for the office move was up for grabs, she knew exactly who might be interested in grabbing it.
Our Brisbane branch has moved into new office space in the city’s CBD.
With the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) issuing severe weather, strong winds and flooding warnings for much of the state, Gallagher urges our Queensland clients to stay safe and follow authorities’ advice.
Product recall insurance is now a “must have” for food production firms according to a Gallagher specialist.
The recent ruling on an Australian fish oil capsule manufacturer’s right to use the Made in Australia kangaroo logo shows that precedent is not a reliable guide when it comes to licensing regulations.
Venture capital (VC) investment in Australian businesses broke all previous records in 2018, soaring to $1.25 billion, according to a new report from KPMG. The trend highlights the need for start-ups to have appropriate insurance in place.
The severe hailstorms that battered Sydney and the New South Wales Central Coast on Thursday 20 December have caused widespread damage and generated a huge number of insurance claims inquiries. Here’s what our Gallagher clients can expect.
The headgear of the day was the Gallagher baggy blue and the event was the first Australian test match of the season when Gallagher hosted industry friends at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) Members Pavilion on Thursday 6 December 2018.
Gallagher has boosted its aviation insurance capabilities in Australia and New Zealand through the acquisition of specialist broker BMG Aviation.
The marine insurance market will continue to prove a difficult battleground, with specialist advice more important than ever before, according to a Gallagher expert.
The latest Gallagher Market Overview has revealed the biggest insurance issue facing food producers across Australia.
The severe thunderstorm and torrential rain that hit Sydney Wednesday morning 28 November have caused transport chaos, with flooding affecting railway lines and making streets in Ultimo, Mascot, Roseville, Macquarie Park and Thornleigh impassable.
Gallagher has partnered with fencing contractors association FENCiT to offer risk management advice and insurance solutions to its members.
Inspired by last year’s Tough Mudder madness, the 2018 Gallagher Dirty Dozen more than doubled the size of last year’s team when they hit the Glenworth Valley event in Sydney on Saturday 17 November.