ANZIIF Webinar - Claims as a Financial Service - What it means for you

25 Nov 2020
  • Claims
  • General Insurance
  • Insurance Broking
  • Risk Management
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Tune in to this webinar to hear from Raj Kanhai, Principal at Finity Consulting as he discusses if claims should be regulated as a financial service. Don't miss this invaluable chance to gain a clear understanding of what led to Financial Services Royal Commission's recommendation, how claims management will be impacted, licensing requirements and your obligations.

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