ASX exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Insurance Brokers. Location Australia, North Sydney.

AUB Group Limited [AUB.AXAustralia

20.28USD0.59 (+2.91%)

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About AUB Group Limited

AUB Group Limited provides engages in the insurance broking and underwriting businesses in Australia and New Zealand. The company provides insurance broking and advisory services primarily to SME clients; operates insurance broking networks represented by approximately 75 businesses, as well as distributes ancillary products; and underwrites, distributes, and manages insurance products and portfolios on behalf of licensed insurance companies. It also provides support services, such as loss adjustment, investigations, claims management, claims legal support, and rehabilitation services, as well as automated quoting, white-labelling, and technological support services. The company was formerly known as Austbrokers Holdings Limited and changed its name to AUB Group Limited in November 2015. AUB Group Limited was incorporated in 1885 and is based in North Sydney, Australia.

AUB Group Limited is an ASX200 listed group comprising insurance brokers and underwriting agencies operating in ~450 locations across Australia and New Zealand. We work with 700,000 clients to place more than $3.6bn in insurance premiums with local and foreign insurers.

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