About Insurance Advisernet
Insurance Advisernet was founded in 1996 with the aim of providing high quality risk management advice that business owners can trust. Today we’re one of the largest and most respected General Insurance businesses in Australia and New Zealand, with an ever-growing network of over 180 insurance advisers across 140 locations.
As part of the AUB Group (formerly Austbrokers), an ASX-listed company with over $4.5 billion in gross written premiums under management, our buying power spans major insurers in Australasia as well as access to major overseas insurers.
Trust is the cornerstone on which our business is built. It means we do what we say we’ll do. Use our expertise to put your needs first and foremost. And are always transparent about the advice we provide and why we provide it.
Great advice is based on great understanding and relationships. It’s why adopting a risk management approach and assessing your unique risk profile is essential to ensuring the right polices are always in place. It’s what sets us apart.
Insurance is no time for compromise. It’s vital to have access to a wide range of insurance options so, once identified, your needs can be effectively met. That’s why we have active relationships with more than 100 major insurers.
Price is always important. But value goes much further. It’s the sum total of the depth of our relationships, the quality of our advice, the breadth of our offering and the efficiency of our systems – all bolstered by our unrivalled buying power as the one of the leading general insurance advisory dealer groups. Ultimately though, our key value to you is as your advocate in the event of a claim.
Unequivocal advice…frequently performs over and above the capacity of most professionals I have ever worked alongside.
Over many years Insurance Advisernet advisers Marni and Darrin Dittman have built an enviable reputation amongst businesses in and around the Gladstone region of Queensland. At the heart of their ongoing commitment to their clients is a focus on constant learning and improvement.
Insurance Advisernet , October 12 2018
Insurance providers are required to give their clients a PDS (Product Disclosure Statement) that details the terms and conditions of the policy. The PDS contains all the relevant policy terms and conditions that will dictate the effectiveness and outcomes of the policy you have purchased. It is a legal document, and you are likely not to disregard any other legal document if it was provided to you, which entitled you to settlement benefits.
Insurance Advisernet , October 02 2018
If you are a professional who provides services or advice to others, then it’s quite likely that you will need Professional Indemnity Insurance. This type of insurance reduces your exposure to the costs of legal action taken against you by your clients (and any associated financial losses) for an act of negligence that occurred during the commission of your professional duty.
Insurance Advisernet , September 27 2018
The increase in corporate litigation in Australia has caused many SMEs to reassess their risk of exposure and to redesign their insurance cover. One of the most under-rated and under-utilised insurance covers is Management Liability Insurance, mainly due to a global mis-understanding about its relevance to small businesses.