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Mills Insurance Solutions are a corporate authorised representative of Apollo Risk Services. Through our affiliation with Apollo Risk Services we also enjoy the benfeits of membership to the Insurance Brokers Network Association (IBNA), allowing us to deal with a wide range of insurers internationally, enabling us to design solutions most suitable for our client’s.

The IBNA group of brokers place over $1.3 billion in premiums annually, giving us access to market leading products that are constantly being improved.

NIBA is the national trade association for licensed life and general insurance brokers in Australia. It is a not for profit organisation and neither sells insurance products or represents insurance companies. NIBA is the national voice of insurance brokers and an advocate for insurance consumers. Our website provides information for consumers, insurance and risk professionals throughout the industry and NIBA members.

IBNA is the largest network of independently owned Insurance Brokers in Australia with over 75 members placing over $1.3 Billion of GWP annually. Through AIMS, IBNA members enjoy market leading products & remuneration and receive the backing of a national network that provides services & benefits that are normally associated with larger businesses. IBNA is focussed on generating wealth for its members while giving them support and opportunity to be the Broker they want to be.

The Australian Financial Complaints Authority or ‘AFCA’ is a new external dispute resolution (EDR) scheme to deal with complaints from consumers in the financial system. It will be operated by a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee authorised by the responsible minister.

AFCA replaces the three existing EDR schemes of the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS), the Credit and Investments Ombudsman (CIO) and Superannuation Complaints Tribunal (SCT) so that consumers have access to a single EDR scheme.

Membership of the company will be required under law or a licence condition of a financial firm. AFCA operations will be financed by contributions made by its members. The scheme will be free to consumers. AFCA will:

  • be the single point of contact for complainants for EDR services;
  • have higher monetary limits;
  • be more accountable to users, including by having an independent assessor to deal with complaints about its handling of disputes; and
  • have rules (terms of reference) to support its dispute resolution functions and legislation in the case of superannuation disputes.