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A change in the family! – our Holdings Company rebrands

A change in the family! – our Holdings Company rebrands

The evolution continues … Austbrokers Holdings Limited (ASX:AUB) has changed its group company name to AUB Group Limited. The change was approved at the Austbrokers Holdings Annual General Meeting on Thursday 26 November, and is effective from today, Monday 30 November. AUB Group (formerly Austbrokers Holdings) CEO and Managing Director Mark Searles said “We’ve evolved […]

Cyber Friday!!

Cyber Friday!!

Speak to the team at Austbrokers Terrace in respect to all things cyber related It’s well documented that the effects of cyber bullying can take their toll emotionally, but what about financially? Extreme forms of online trolling such as swatting, where a harasser fakes an emergency to get police to raid a victim’s home, can […]

A festive message from the Austbrokers Terrace team

A festive message from the Austbrokers Terrace team

Exciting Times! To our many existing clients, any potential clients, our business partners and providers, and anyone who has played a role in the success of Austbrokers Terrace, we wish you all the best for the upcoming Christmas/ NewYear period and beyond! Much has occurred in 2015, thankfully most of it good, in what has […]

El Nino has almost reached its peak?

El Nino has almost reached its peak?

El Nino – are we over the hump? The El Niño event current in place across Australia is “near its peak,” the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). In a statement, the BOM said that while some indicators show El Nino reaching its zenith, the weather system is likely to “persist well into 2016.” “El Niño indicators, […]

El Ninio has almost reached its peak?

El Ninio has almost reached its peak?

El Ninio – are we over the hump? The El Niño event current in place across Australia is “near its peak,” the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). In a statement, the BOM said that while some indicators show El Nino reaching its zenith, the weather system is likely to “persist well into 2016.” “El Niño indicators, […]

A cat – astrophe?

A cat – astrophe?

A puuurfect idea! In what must be one of the world’s most unique career transitions, insurance lawyer Julia Whitehead has opened up a cat cafe in Auckland. Located on Queen Street, Barista Cats is just like a regular cafe – with coffee, food, sandwiches and slices for sale – except it has 11 cats including […]

El Ninio has almost reached its peak

El Ninio has almost reached its peak

Almost down the other side of the mountain?  The El Niño event current in place across Australia is “near its peak,” the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). In a statement, the BOM said that while some indicators show El Nino reaching its zenith, the weather system is likely to “persist well into 2016.” “El Niño indicators, […]

A long, boring read

A long, boring read

Don’t say you weren’t warned! The Effective Disclosure Taskforce, set up by the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA), has revealed its findings with some key recommendations for industry. The Taskforce has presented its findings to the board of the ICA in a report entitled Too Long; Didn’t Read and Taskforce chair, Michael Gill, stressed that […]

A ‘seniors moment’

A ‘seniors moment’

Just dropped in for a visit ! There are ways to speed up your insurance claim process, but driving through the window of your insurance provider’s office is probably not the best one. An elderly woman who was on her way to the dentist accidentally crashed her minivan into the local office of US insurer […]

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