About Insurance Advisernet

Insurance Advisernet was founded in 1996 with the aim of providing high quality risk management advice that business owners can trust. Today we’re one of the largest and most respected General Insurance businesses in Australia and New Zealand, with an ever-growing network of over 180 insurance advisers across 140 locations.

As part of the AUB Group (formerly Austbrokers), an ASX-listed company with over $4.5 billion in gross written premiums under management, our buying power spans major insurers in Australasia as well as access to major overseas insurers.

 

Advice you can trust

Trust has always been the cornerstone on which Insurance Advisernet is built. In fact, we believe there’s nothing more important when it comes to protecting you and your business. Watch the video to find out more.

Our Difference

We believe in delivering the very best advice, the most efficient systems and the right insurance solutions for our clients, all built upon four core business pillars…

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Our Community

As a leader in the general insurance industry, Insurance Advisernet believes it’s important to take an active role in the local communities in which we operate.

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Our Partners

The strength of Insurance Advisernet goes beyond the walls of our own business. It’s also about the quality partnerships we build and nurture every day, from the...

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Our Team

Since first opening our doors in 1996 the success and growth of Insurance Advisernet has been built upon one thing more than any other: smart and experienced...

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  • Trust.

    Trust is the cornerstone on which our business is built. It means we do what we say we’ll do. Use our expertise to put your needs first and foremost. And are always transparent about the advice we provide and why we provide it.

  • Advice.

    Great advice is based on great understanding and relationships. It’s why adopting a risk management approach and assessing your unique risk profile is essential to ensuring the right polices are always in place. It’s what sets us apart.

  • Choice.

    Insurance is no time for compromise. It’s vital to have access to a wide range of insurance options so, once identified, your needs can be effectively met. That’s why we have active relationships with more than 100 major insurers.

  • Value.

    Price is always important. But value goes much further. It’s the sum total of the depth of our relationships, the quality of our advice, the breadth of our offering and the efficiency of our systems – all bolstered by our unrivalled buying power as the one of the leading general insurance advisory dealer groups. Ultimately though, our key value to you is as your advocate in the event of a claim.

Unequivocal advice…frequently performs over and above the capacity of most professionals I have ever worked alongside.

Over many years Insurance Advisernet advisers Marni and Darrin Dittman have built an enviable reputation amongst businesses in and around the Gladstone region of Queensland. At the heart of their ongoing commitment to their clients is a focus on constant learning and improvement.

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Insurance News

  • Pros and cons of using an insurance brokerage firm vs. buying direct

    Insurance Advisernet , July 11 2018

    A recent survey by Vero found that SMEs (small to medium sized businesses) in Australia have a better experience when they purchase their insurance through a brokerage firm than direct from an insurer. In fact, SMEs that use brokers or insurance advisers are twice as likely to have their claims paid in full compared to those who directly approach an insurer.

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  • Should you renew or review your insurance policies when they are due?

    Insurance Advisernet , July 02 2018

    Many business owners simply renew, rather than review, their annual insurance policies, most probably because it ticks one more box in their already busy schedule. The problem is however, that renewing your policies without reviewing them can cost you money in both the short and the long term.

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  • How to avoid crippling your cash flow & your business with underinsurance

    Insurance Advisernet , July 02 2018

    What happens if your business is underinsured and you make a claim? One result is that you only receive part of your claim and another is that you receive nothing. Imagine if you underestimated the replacement costs of stock or equipment that later catches fire and your insurance only pays $100,000 when the true replacement costs are $200,000? Would that make a difference to your cash flow?

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