Heightened expectations on trustees to provide demonstrable support to vulnerable members, as a result of the implementation of the Insurance in Superannuation Voluntary Code of Practice, is prompting trustees to consider a fresh new approach to tackling the issue.
Advisers are opting to use claims advocacy services to free up their own time to interact with clients and to work on their businesses, according to the head of AFRM Claims Advocacy (ACA), Bruno Muraca.
With the superannuation industry facing structural change and increased regulatory scrutiny in the wake of the Productivity Commission’s report and the Royal Commission, AFRM Claims Advocacy (ACA) has warned that trustees will need to consider new ways of managing the...
Now that advisers and insurers are operating in the new world of the Life Insurance Framework (LIF), significant focus must be placed on exploring ways to improve the efficiency of their practice, according to AFRM Claims Advocacy (ACA) CEO, Bruno Muraca.
AFRM Claims Advocacy (ACA) has called on a Parliamentary Joint Committee to recognise the Financial Services Council’s (FSC) case to allow insurers to provide early intervention support in its Cadence Economics research findings.