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Activities 'directly arising from or incidental' to an insurance firm'sG business, for instance, will depend on the type of insurance provided by an insurer. By way of example, an insurance firm providing health insurance may show a connection with owning and managing hospitals, an insurer providing insurance that covers damage to motor vehicles may reasonably be able to own accident repairers or garages. Insurers should consult the CBB in relation to their own circumstances in determining if an activity directly arises from or is incidental to their insurance business.

Amended: July 2007
(2 Versions)
Up to Jun 30 2007Jul 1 2007 onwards
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