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Company Updates

  • COVID-19

    We’re navigating uncertain times right now, but it’s incredibly heartening to see the ways in which people are going out of their way to help fellow Australians.

  • TAL’s new underwriting education initiative helps our adviser partners and their clients better understand the underwriting process and support TAL customers with their ongoing health. This initiative currently focuses on musculoskeletal health conditions and will expand in to other health conditions. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQph1

    TAL is pioneering underwriting education in Australia | finder.com.au

    Life insurance giant TAL kicked off a new underwriting education initiative yesterday with a suite of educational materials that will help its advisers better explain to their clients how and why back pain can affect the terms and conditions of their policies.

  • We’re delighted to announce Loraine Van Eeden’s appointment to TAL General Manager, Claims. We have every confidence that Loraine's depth of experience and knowledge of TAL will position her to support our continual improvement of the claims experience for our customers.

    TAL welcomes new claims executive

    TAL has appointed a new general manager of claims.

  • Gavin Teichner, our GM of Individual Life, talks to Money Magazine Australia about three moments when everyone should consider life insurance.

    The three moments when you should consider life insurance - Money magazine

    by Gavin Teichner There are certain times when something or someone makes us realise what's important in life, and drives us to consider how we can protect it. The right life insurance can help protect your income and relieve financial stress if you find yourself off work for an extended period of time.

  • “It's going to take generational change and we’re going through that at the moment”. Niall McConville, GM of TAL Retail Distribution, talks to Money Management about why it’s important to encourage more women to enter the financial planning industry.

    Bridging the gender gap | Money Management

    Equal gender representation in the financial services industry remains elusive, as unconscious bias, the gender pay gap, and rigid working conditions prevent women from breaking through the glass ceiling, Malavika Santhebennur writes. There is no dearth of female talent in the financial services industry.

  • "We want to be the absolute best in the industry in terms of knowledge of mental illness." Our Group CEO Brett Clark spoke to The Australian Financial Review about our focus on health.

    TAL chief Brett Clark says mental health claims to keep rising for life insurers

    TAL chief executive Brett Clark says that he wants the insurer to be known as a health business rather than a life insurance business, putting the desire to be number one for mental health cover at the centre of his expansion plans.

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