Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 27/07/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

We recently released our new ProRisk Sole Traders & Partnerships Management Liability Policy, which is specifically designed to meet the needs of businesses structured as a sole trader or partnership. Most Management Liability products available in Australia today are only available for businesses structures as a private company. This unique offering provides market leading cover at an affordable entry point for SMEs.

During this webinar, you’ll hear from the product’s designers on key coverage elements, appetite and claims examples. This session is a masterclass designed to give you an expert understanding of the product and how you can tailor it to your client’s needs.

Presenters: Jaydon Burke-Douglas & Chris Varkoly When: 10/08/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

Have you been having issues with an insurer on a scheme? Is the insurer putting up rates that are not in line with the market? Do you want to know how to execute a portfolio transfer? Do you represent an association that would like to provide additional benefits to its members? Do you look after a scheme that’s a lot of manual work and you’re looking for an easier way to do business? Do you want to provide additional value added benefits to the scheme participants? Do you want to learn more about master policies?

Then this webinar is for you!

At ProRisk, schemes and master policies are our specialty. We’ve built our business on making transacting scheme business as easy as possible.

You'll hear from the Master of Schemes himself, our very own Chris Varkoly, ProRisk's National Business Development Manager, on how you can set up and administer scheme business, increase your own revenue by reducing overheads and increase benefits to scheme participants.

Chris has over 15 years of experience managing scheme arrangements. Chris joined ProRisk in July 2013. Chris has excellent credentials backed by a sound underwriting background in affinity, property, liability and other general insurance classes. Chris has also had experience dealing into the London, Singapore and US markets. Chris obtained this background having worked in various underwriting and development roles with CGU, QBE, Vero and underwriting agencies based in Australia. Chris has a national focus and is based out of our Sydney office.

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Matthew Harkin When: 24/08/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

In this webinar, we’ll be running a live demonstration of our new online trading platform, ProBind. You’ll hear from the designers of the system who will give you a masterclass on an end to end policy transaction. During this session, you’ll learn:

  • How to quote like a pro
  • How to bind cover in under 2 minutes
  • How to get the most out of the platform
  • How to tailor a policy for your client’s needs
  • How to cross sell new products

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 30/08/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

Are you an authorised representative, or start up insurance brokerage? Are you looking to gain an insight into what it takes to succeed as a broker in today’s market? Do you want to know more about proven strategies that will help you to grow your book and propel your business into the stratosphere? Then you need to register for this webinar today. This webinar, presented by our industry experts, discusses simple, proven techniques that will help you to grow your insurance brokerage.

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 13/09/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

Did you know that there are over 57,000 registered charities and not-for-profits in Australia who are registered with the Australian Charities and not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). Yet, according to statistics released by APRA, very few of these seem to buy Association Liability insurance. The management exposures of running an association, not-for-profit or charity are comparable to those of a private company, yet Association Liability insurance is not widely purchased. But there is no reason why these uninsured exposures should remain that way.

Association Liability insurance covers certain risks arising from the actions and decisions of directors, officers and managers, which arise from the running of an association, charity or not-for-profit organisation. These actions and decisions could include improper conduct such as sexual harassment claims or legal claims such as unfair dismissal or defamation. There are few industries which could afford to ignore the legal and regulatory risks of their operations and the not-for-profit sector is not immune. Fines from various government or industry regulatory bodies can reach hundreds of thousands, or even millions of dollars for very serious breaches. In addition, the cost of defending litigation can cripple otherwise healthy and solvent organisation.

ProRisk’s Association Liability Policy is specifically designed to cover the management exposures of a small to medium sized association, not-for-profit or charity. When you think about the risks of doing business in Australia or New Zealand, Association Liability Insurance really should be a must buy.

During this webinar, you'll hear from the product and platform designers on this unique, market leading wording. You'll learn more about the key exposures and how you can structure an Association Liability policy to suit your client's needs.

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 28/09/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

Did you know that there are 2.78 million companies registered in Australia? Yet, according to statistics released by APRA, very few of these companies seem to buy Management Liability insurance. But there is no reason why these uninsured exposures should remain that way.

Management Liability insurance covers certain risks arising from the actions and decisions of directors, officers and managers, which arise from the running of a business. These actions and decisions could include improper conduct such as sexual harassment, unfair dismissal or defamation. Australian SMEs can not afford to ignore the legal and regulatory risks of their operations. Fines from various government or industry regulatory bodies can reach hundreds of thousands, or even millions of dollars for very serious breaches. In addition, the cost of defending litigation can cripple otherwise healthy and profitable businesses.

During this webinar, you'll hear from the experts who designed and built ProRisk's Management Liability offering. We'll take you through the product, what it covers and how it works with reference to real life claims examples.

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 07/10/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

Join us for our webinar on our new product, Healthcare Professionals Civil Liability.

We recently released our new Healthcare Professionals Civil Liability insurance policy, which is specifically designed to meet the needs of the broad range of healthcare professionals and their staff, who may not be entitled to cover from the major medical indemnity insurers. It is an allied health product that provides great cover at an affordable entry point.

During this webinar, you’ll hear from the product’s designer on key coverage elements. This session is a masterclass designed to give you an expert understanding of the product and how you can tailor it to your client’s needs.

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 04/11/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

At the beginning of 2020, ProRisk signed a new binder agreement with Swiss Re on all new and renewal financial lines, casual, property and accident and health business. This brought about a change in our appetite for risk.

In this webinar, we’ll go through our new capability statement which outlines our product capabilities and underwriting appetite. We’ll discuss what types of risk we’re able to write for you and your clients and how we can help ensure that protection is really our promise.

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 16/11/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

We recently released our new ProRisk Sole Traders & Partnerships Management Liability Policy, which is specifically designed to meet the needs of businesses structured as a sole trader or partnership. Most Management Liability products available in Australia today are only available for businesses structures as a private company. This unique offering provides market leading cover at an affordable entry point for SMEs.

During this webinar, you’ll hear from the product’s designers on key coverage elements, appetite and claims examples. This session is a masterclass designed to give you an expert understanding of the product and how you can tailor it to your client’s needs.

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 30/11/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

Are you looking for ways to grow your insurance brokerage? Cross selling Management Liability & Cyber & Privacy Liability is a great way to do this by ensuring that your clients uninsured exposures are covered, without the need to find new clients. These important covers ensure that your clients are afforded the best possible protection from risk, grow your income and protect your own E&O. During this webinar, you’ll hear from Hamish and Jaydon who designed and built ProRisk’s own award winning Cyber and ML products. You’ll learn about the products themselves, and techniques to improve your strike rates and retention.

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Matthew Harkin When: 02/12/2021 | 9:00 AM AEST

In this webinar, we’ll be running a live demonstration of our new online trading platform, ProBind. You’ll hear from the designers of the system who will give you a masterclass on an end to end policy transaction. During this session, you’ll learn:

  • How to quote like a pro
  • How to bind cover in under 2 minutes
  • How to get the most out of the platform
  • How to tailor a policy for your client’s needs
  • How to cross sell new products

Presenters: Hamish McDonald Nye & Jaydon Burke-Douglas When: 20/12/2021 | 1:00 PM AEST

Our guide to helping small to medium sized enterprises increase their cyber resilience by putting in place practical, common sense and effective measures.

The reality of modern supply chains is that small businesses and large businesses work together. Each large business will have a network of small businesses providing critical services and products. In fact, small businesses are often the weakest link in the security profile of modern organisations. But the good news is there are multiple ways to protect your small business from cybercrime. In this webinar, we outline, what are in our opinion the most important measures that small businesses can do to increase their cyber resilience.