Which insurance companies do you deal with?
How are insurance brokers licensed and what controls are there?
Regional Insurance Brokers holds a Financial Services Licence as is required by law. Regional Financial Services Licence No. is 244330.
Are all your brokers qualified?
What's the difference between a direct insurance agent and an insurance broker?
Will I pay more to use an insurance broker?
What insurance policies do I need?
How long will it take me to get a policy?
How do I know Regional will act fairly on my behalf?
Will you pass on my premiums?
What do I do if my circumstances change?
How can I be sure an insurance company is financially sound?
What happens in the event of a claim?
What is your claims service like?
Why shouldn't I take up the cheapest insurance premium?
Cover: for the best protection of your business you want the broadest cover possible, if you are shopping on price you may get a lesser quality policy, leaving your business exposed.
Service: if you are to place your policy with a Regional insurance broker, you have a dedicated account manager that will be there to handle all your needs. You won't have to speak to someone different every time you call.
Reliability: you can rely on the fact that you will have the support from your broker when you need it. From understanding your exposure, through placement of policy, to claims advocacy.
Why do I need Public & Products Liability Insurance?
What is Steadfast?
What payment options do you offer?
What is a Financial Services Guide (FSG)?
- Documenting the standard basis on which we act for the client.
- Providing all statutory notices and other information required by law (e.g. how we get paid).
- Explaining how we will handle a client's business.
- Regional's Financial Services Guide is readily available by contacting one of our offices or on our website here.
What is a Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)?