The Insurance Brokers Code of Practice outlines how you can expect an insurance broker to behave towards you if they are a Code subscriber.

The Code has been developed to:

  • promote high standards of client service
  • maintain a benchmark of consistency within the industry
  • establish a framework for professional behavior and responsibilities
  • promote professional, informed and effective relationships between insurance brokers and their clients, insurers and other stakeholders in the insurance broking industry.

The Committee is the independent body that monitors and enforces the Code. Please let us know if you are concerned that your insurance broker has breached the Code. You can report suspected breaches here or by email to [email protected].

If you make a complaint to your insurance broker, they are required to keep you updated while progressing the complaint. They will also need to advise you of complaint decisions within an appropriate timeframe and provide information at specific points during the complaint process. The insurance broker will also provide you with contact information for the Australian Financial Complaints Authority if you are not happy with the progress or outcome of your complaint or dispute.

The insurance broker will abide by the Privacy Act when they collect, use, store, or disclose information about you. If you request this information, it will be provided within timeframes relevant to personal information access requests.