Your Responsibility

Proposal Forms

When completing a proposal form, the applicant is obliged to disclose all facts which may affect the acceptance of the application for insurance. Failure to do so may result in insurers denying future claims and cancelling the insurance from the start of the policy.

Each director or officer applying for insurance under the policy must sign the proposal form.

By signing, they are stating that they are unaware of any facts, other than those declared, which may affect the insurers' decision to provide insurance cover.

Changes Which May Affect Your Cover

Any changes that could affect the insurance cover should be reported to your insurers, Notifiable changes include:

  • A change to the composition of the Board.
  • Mergers, takeovers or acquisitions by the company.
  • Overseas expansion.
  • Changes to the nature of business activities.
  • Bankruptcy, receivership, liquidation or a failure by the company to pay debt.
  • Proposed equity or capital raisings.

Latest News

2019 Insurance Brokerage of the Year

CPR Insurance Services are so proud to be awards for the second year in a row, "Australian Insurance Brokerage of the Year (1-5 staff)". To win this award two years running is very much a fantastic achievement and reflects the high standard we have maintained in the last two years.

We very much thank our hard working staff, Ausure Insurance Brokers our licence holder, the Steadfast Group, NIBA and LMI who have supported us with resources and services to meet the demands of our clients.

And of course we thank all our clients for their fantastic support over the eight years of our business, who if not for them, we would not have a business. Thank you.

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Robert Cooper named Elite Broker again

 

Robert Cooper was named in the Top 20 Elite Brokers once again in 2019 from Insurance Business Magazine. He has been in this list for five out of the last six years. This year he finished in his highest position of eighth.

Robert admits he could not have achieved this without the support of his wonderful staff, and in particular Mandy Cooper.

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