Frequently Asked Questions: Strata Insurance Major Loss During the recent catastrophic weather events, our claims team received a range of important questions from strata managers and lot owners. We have compiled these into a list of Frequently Asked Questions and a Summary of Additional Benefits that will...

Professional Development: Wet Area Waterproofing Code Requirements and Common Defects Today we welcomed Mark Williamson of CRD Building Consultants & Engineers to our office to discuss common defects found with Wet Area Waterproofing with our claim and strata teams. Waterproofing materials and techniques along with general building methods...

Construction Law Review - December

Please refer below to our Construction Law Review, selected from AR Conolly’s Daily Bulletins covering Insurance, Banking, Construction & Government.

CRM Brokers wishes you and your family a very Merry Christmas and we look forward to seeing you in the New Year CRM Brokers offices are business as usual until 12pm Tuesday 24th of December 2019, when we will close for Christmas and New Year's Eve....

Contractual Insurance Clauses – Is Erect Safe still good law? Introduction It is often the case in multi-party claims that a contractual relationship will exist between one or more defendants or third parties. Where those arrangements are reduced to writing, the contract will almost invariably contain insurance...

Construction Law Review - November

Please refer below to our Construction Law Review, selected from AR Conolly’s Daily Bulletins covering Insurance, Banking, Construction & Government.

CRM Brokers announces the 2019 Client Services Manager of the Year Award The building services industry gathered together on Friday 11th of October at the Swissotel Sydney for the BSCAA (NSW) AustralianSuper Excellence Awards. CRM Brokers is proud to have worked with and supported the industry...

Construction Law Review - October

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Finity Market Report - November 2019 [vc_row][vc_column width='2/3']Following the successful launch of the Insurance Market Report in April, CRM Brokers is pleased to share the second edition, again produced by Finity Consulting. This report provides an update on the Australian insurance market with insight into current capacity...

Cybercrime is big business - are you safe? Cybercriminals target businesses of all sizes, stealing information to commit identity theft, fraud and other crimes. The consequences of this can be devastating. Stay Smart Online Week 2019 is focusing on empowering businesses to take simple steps to...

CRM Brokers appoints Chief Operating Officer CRM Brokers has appointed Gordon Bell to take up the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer. Working closely with Damien Coorey and Joseph Saad, he will focus on building the broker’s service offering across all business lines, but with a...

Public Liability circa 2000s revisited? The answers to today’s problem may lie in the past. It seems like a lifetime ago when the cleaning industry was going through one of its worst periods in relation to the purchasing and renewal of public liability insurance. I remember it well. ...

Construction Law Review - September

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Swiss Re announce their withdrawal from the Australian aviation market Last month Swiss Re (second largest capacity provider in Australia) abruptly announced it is withdrawing from the aviation market here in Australia. This follows the recent exit of Allianz Aviation and AIG Aviation, leaving “a huge...

Construction Law Review - August

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NSW Fair Trading Advice on how to avoid Cybercrime NSW Fair Trading is warning people about the recent increase in cybercrime and offering advice on how to avoid becoming a victim. Social engineering offences have been on the rise. This is where someone impersonates one of your...

Plant, Equipment and Contents: The forgotten assets when it comes to Insurance Say your property has a fire and suffers a significant loss. You know the building is adequately insured for $15,000,000, but what about the estimated $10,000,000 of plant, equipment, and contents within the building? ...

Construction Law Review - July

Please refer below to our Construction Law Review, selected from AR Conolly’s Daily Bulletins covering Insurance, Banking, Construction & Government.

CRM Brokers announce the 2019 Strata Services Business Award On Friday 26th of July, the strata industry gathered together at The Star for the annual SCA (NSW) CHU Strata Community Awards. The independent judging panel of academics and industry stakeholders were thoroughly impressed with the number of entries...