ANZIIF Webinar - Design and Distribution Obligations

22 Mar 2021
  • Insurance Broking
  • General Insurance
  • Claims

Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO) will take effect from October 2021. They will apply to both insurers (as product manufacturers) and insurance brokers (as product distributors).

Tune in to this recorded webinar to find out more about the key concepts relevant to insurance brokers. It will cover the key obligations that brokers will need to be aware of and implement within their business operations.

Thank you to Gold Sponsor Finity Consulting for making this ANZIIF webinar possible.

At the end of this webinar, you will be able to answer the following questions:

  • What products does DDO apply to?

  • What is a Target Market Determination?

  • What are the key obligations on insurance brokers?

  • What will brokers need to prepare for by October 2021?

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