Welcome to the Underwriting Agencies Council (UAC), the representative organisation for Australian and New Zealand underwriting agencies. UAC’s purpose is to serve the interests of Australian and New Zealand underwriting agencies. UAC has more than 100 corporate members, representing the vast majority of Australian underwriting agencies and many in New Zealand.
Wednesday 20 July 2016 / Brisbane
When: Wednesday 20 July 2016
Where: Pullman Hotel, King George Square, corner Ann and Roma streets, Brisbane
8am-9.30am – NIBA YP breakfast
9.15am – UAC members’ meeting
9.30am–noon – Expo open
Noon-3.30pm – Lunch
Registrations to exhibit are now closed.
Registration does not include lunch. Lunch costs are:
NIBA member: $100 (incl GST)
Non-member: $105 (incl GST)
Member table: $1,000 (incl GST)
Non-member table: $1,050 (incl GST)
To book for lunch, click here.
Thursday 18 August 2016 / Melbourne
Notes: More information to come.
Thursday 25 August 2016 / Adelaide
Where: Hilton Hotel, 233 Victoria Square, Adelaide SA 5000
Times: 9.30am – 2pm
More information to come.
Brokers, please use the list of specialisations to find one that matches your client’s risk. You can then select from the list of agencies that write that product those to which you want to email details of your risk.
If your risk category is not listed here, use this assistance request form to notify UAC.
Provide full details of the risk and your contact details. UAC will post it to the site for members to review and they can contact you if they may be able to assist. Posts will be moderated first. They will remain active for 60 days.
Membership is open to underwriters, non-voting business service partners, and affiliate partners.
Underwriting agencies manage insurance transactions on behalf of their principal insurers, which are based in Australia and overseas. Many agencies’ security is from Lloyd’s of London.
Agencies generally operate in specialist, niche markets, offering an array of insurance products that may not be available from other providers.
The agency sector’s annual gross written premium is estimated at more than $2.5 billion and agencies employ about 1,800 people.
The vast majority of business is transacted via insurance brokers.