Insurance Broking pulse check


Thursday 01 December 2016

Building on success

What’s the state of play in insurance broking today? Which firms are outperforming and why? And how does your business compare? 

To answer these and other key questions, Macquarie Business Banking recently conducted a short pulse check survey of insurance broking firms around the country. A unique snapshot of a changing industry in a challenging market, our insurance broking pulse check executive summary builds on the insights from our benchmarking studies in 2011 and 2013 — and paves the way for our next in-depth benchmarking survey in 2016.

For an outline of what is happening inside this rapidly changing industry and how you can apply the findings to your own business watch our videos to gain a unique perspective. Alternatively, contact a relationship manager or download the executive summary for more information.

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