May 25, 2020

May 25, 2020 | Broker News

Supporting Brokers in the lead up to 30 June

Win a 'Dinner on Zurich' – 1 of 100 prizes to be won!

As the busy renewal season approaches, Zurich is here for you and your customers during this time.

In recognition of your hard work and to show support, we are giving you the chance to win a 'Dinner on Zurich.'  Each prize is worth $150, and with 50 more to be won there is still a good chance to win and support a local business in your area. Simply enter your details and read the SME brochure to go into the draw. 

Enter details and read about SME Insurance.

Congratulations to our first 50 prize winners from the following brokerages:

RSM Group, Abico, Affinity, Alliance, Allinsure, Aon, Austbrokers City State, Aviso WA, BJS, Coastsure, Cowden, Darling Downs Insurance Brokers, Easton, Edgewise, Elliott Insurance Brokers, EWIB, Finance & Insurance Brokers, Fire & General, Gallagher, Gow-Gates, IBL Limited, Integra, Kinnane Insurance Brokers, LEA, LIS, Lockton, Macey Insurance, Markey Group, Northwest Insurance, Nsure, Oracle Group, Pace, PNOinsurance, Regional Insurance Brokers, Steadfast NSG, Surewise, Vince Insurance Professionals, Wealthwise, West Insurance, Willis Towers Watson, WRI and Zenith Insurance Services

Winners will be announced weekly from 18th May to 9th June. Terms and Conditions apply.

Good luck!

World Economic Forum COVID-19 Risks Outlook

In partnership with Zurich Group and Marsh & McLennan, The World Economic Forum released a new report last week called: COVID-19 Risks Outlook: A preliminary mapping and its implications, which raises awareness and triggers a timely debate, as both governments and businesses turn their attentions to designing their post-lockdown plans.

The report is informed by the views of nearly 350 senior risk professionals and identifies the main emerging concerns and fallouts. It provides an analysis of the pandemic's implications and its effects, going beyond the immediate crisis response and providing insights on the current and future global risk landscape. It is a fantastic read and we encourage you to review its findings.

Risk management guides for getting back to business

Do you have business customers who have scaled down, closed or moved to remote working who are now preparing to return to their regular workplace?

Zurich’s risk management guides on how to get back to business may help in your discussions.

In partnership with Zurich’s global Risk Engineering network we have produced a number of guidance documents to assist businesses establish a framework to help them plan a return to full operation in accordance with Federal and State Government requirements. The guides cover important topics such as employee screening and prevention policies, face covering and masks, cleaning and disinfecting, building re-opening, returning employees to work and physical distancing.

Read and download the guides from the Back to Business tab on the Knowledge Hub.