In preparing for the upcoming Australian tourism season, companies face a new business landscape in which they’ll operate alongside Covid-19 instead of returning to ‘business as usual’.

Insurers, having had time to understand the pandemic risk and with analytics to back their underwriting positions, have now introduced a range of new practices and policy wordings to express and administer their insurer principles for the new financial year.

In a new article, JMD Ross Insurance Brokers’ Tourism Account Manager Jonathan Ross explains critical insurance wording shifts, explores changes behind the scenes for specialist Australian leisure industry underwriters, and provides tips for clients on how to prepare their company’s insurances to meet the risk profile for the 2021 financial year.

Read more here [PDF 2.4MB].

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