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Hollard-owned PetSure has actually been approved a standalone basic insurance coverage licence by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) in a modification the business says will offer it higher versatility and self-reliance to attain its goals.

PetSure, which administers the policies of 28 partner brand names, says it has actually ended up being the very first APRA-licensed basic insurance company in Australia committed to pet health.

“Harnessing over 20 years of experience as a pet health insurance administrator, we believe the licence will strengthen our ability to better represent the interests of our stakeholders,” CEO Alex Thomas said today.

“Becoming a standalone insurer will help us unlock greater innovation and advocate for better customer outcomes.”

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PetSure says the licence will allow it to concentrate on establishing systems, structures and procedures that are distinct to the family pet health market, unlike other companies that accommodate several insurance coverage classes.

“Existing customers will remain on the Hollard licence during the transition period while new customers will be insured under the PetSure licence as partner brands transition,” Ms Thomas said. “In time, all customers will be offered policies under the PetSure licence.”

APRA said today it had actually approved PetSure (Australia) Pty Ltd a licence to run as a basic insurance company under the Insurance Act 1973, and had actually likewise certified PetSure Holdings Pty Ltd as a non-operating holding business.

The Australian paper hypothesized last month that PetSure might be a prospect for a stock market listing.

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Chief Marketing Officer Jenny Williams says PetSure was approved an Australian Financial Services Licence by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission a long time back, while till today had actually run under the Hollard basic insurance coverage licence provided by APRA.

“PetSure does not have plans to IPO,” she said.

The business’ partners consist of Bow Wow Meow, Bupa, Guide Dogs Pet Insurance, RSPCA Pet Insurance, Petbarn Insurance, Kogan Pet Insurance and Medibank.

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