ARPC welcomes Board reappointments

The Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, the Hon Kelly O’Dwyer MP, yesterday announced the reappointments of Ms Elaine Collins, Ms Janet Torney and Mr John Peberdy as part-time members of the Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation Board (ARPC). These appointments are for a further three years from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2021. Mr Ian Carson AM, ARPC Chair,...
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ARPC’s Risk Mitigation Handbook Proposal approved by Standards Australia

Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation has welcomed peak standards development body Standards Australia’s approval of ARPC’s proposed Physical Protective Security Treatments for Buildings Handbook.    Earlier this year, ARPC submitted a proposal to Standards Australia for the development of a new Plain English Handbook to support proactive risk management of large-scale infrastructure (commercial buildings).     “The Handbook will help owners and operators to assess their risks and plan and implement treatment measures to protect valuable assets against terrorist attacks...
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ARPC welcomes 2018 Triennial Review

Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation (ARPC) has welcomed the terms of reference for the 2018 Triennial Review of the Terrorism Insurance Act 2003 (TI Act), being undertaken by The Treasury. The TI Act requires that a review be conducted at least once every three years on the need for the Act to continue in operation. As in previous reviews, the 2018...
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Changes to the ARPC Executive Team

Dr Christopher Wallace, Chief Executive of Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation, has announced changes to the senior executive team effective from 16 April 2018. “These changes streamline ARPC’s operations and will further develop the strong skills and capabilities we have across the organisation. The new structure will unlock deeper levels of collaboration and better use our collective expertise," says Dr Christopher...
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ARPC’s 2018 retrocession program helps cover Australian economy against terror attacks

Australia’s terrorism insurance scheme administrator, Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation, has confirmed its retrocession reinsurance program for the 2018 calendar year. The new $3.065 billion retrocession reinsurance program plus ARPC’s net assets and the $10 billion Commonwealth guarantee, provides continuing scheme capacity to pay claims of more than $13.4 billion. “ARPC was able to increase private sector participation in the scheme...
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ARPC Annual Report 2016-17 published

Our Annual Report has been published.
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Global links critical to meeting terrorism challenges – IFTRIP

Dr Chris Wallace, ARPC CEO, has highlighted the value of global networks in understanding and combatting the financial cost of terrorism risk. He recently addressed the International Forum of Terrorism Risk (Re) Insurance Pools (IFTRIP) inaugural conference in Paris 
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Does ARPC cover rolling stock?

Read our new guidance note to find out more.
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ARPC is recruiting for a Senior Advisor, Governance and Compliance.
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Mixed use and high value buildings

Your questions answered on the changes from 1 July, 2017.
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