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Financial Services Guide

 Financial Services Guide 


The financial services referred to in this financial services guide (FSG) are offered by:

Yes Insurance Group Pty Ltd  ABN 50 140 630 548
The above companies are referred to in this FSG as ‘we’, ‘us’ or ‘our’, and provide the financial services under the Australian financial services license of Australian Broker Network Pty Ltd (AFSL No. 253131).

Yes Insurance Group Pty Ltd
Corporate Authorised Representative No. 000342998
ABN:  50 140 630 548
Level 2, 412 Collins Street Melbourne, Australia 3000
1300 726 11 contactus@yesinsurance.com.au

Authorised Representatives of:
Australian Broker Network Pty Ltd ABN 89 062 882 080 I  AFSL No. 253131
Suite 502, Level 5, 282-290 Oxford Street
Bondi Junction NSW 2022 Ph: 1300 239 234
enquiries@australianbrokernetwork.com.au  | www.australianbrokernetwork.com.au

This FSG sets out the services that we can offer you.  It is designed to assist you in deciding whether to use any of those services and contains important information about:

• the services we offer you.
• how we and others are paid.
• any potential conflict of interest we may have.
• our internal and external dispute resolution procedures and how you can access them.
• arrangements we have in place to compensate clients for losses.

Further information when personal advice is given
We will provide you with further information whenever we provide you with advice which takes into account your objectives, financial situation and needs. This information may include the advice that we have given you, the basis of the advice and other information on our remuneration and any relevant associations or interests. This information may be contained in a statement of advice (SOA).

When you ask us to recommend an insurance policy for you, we will usually only consider the policies offered by the insurers or insurance providers that we deal with regularly.  In giving you advice about the costs and terms of recommended policies we have not compared those policies to other policies available, other than from those insurers we deal with regularly.

Product disclosure statement
If we offer to arrange the issue of an insurance policy to you, we will also provide you with, or pass on to you, a product disclosure statement (PDS), unless you already have an up to date PDS.  The PDS will contain information about the particular policy which will enable you to make an informed decision about purchasing that product. 

From when does this FSG apply
This FSG applies from 19th October 2017 and remains valid unless a further FSG is issued to replace it.  We may give you a supplementary FSG.  It will not replace this FSG but will cover services not covered by this FSG. 

How can I instruct you?
You can contact us to give us instructions by post, phone, fax or email on the contact number or details mentioned on page 1 of this FSG.   Who is responsible for the financial services provided?

Australian Broker Network Pty Ltd is responsible for the financial services that will be provided to you, or through you to your family members, including the distribution of this FSG.

Australian Broker Network Pty Ltd holds a current Australian Financial Services Licensee no: 253131. 
The contact details for Australian Broker Network Pty Ltd are on the front of this FSG.  What kinds of financial services are you authorised to provide to me and what kinds of financial product/s do those services relate to?
Australian Broker Network Pty Ltd is authorised to advise and deal in general insurance products to wholesale and/or retail clients.  We will do this for you as your broker unless we tell you otherwise.   Will I receive tailored advice?
Maybe not in all cases. However, we may need information about your personal objectives, details of your current financial situation and any relevant information, so that we can arrange insurance policies for you or to give you advice about your insurance needs. We will ask you for the details that we need to know.

In some cases we will not ask for any of this information.  If we do not ask, or if you do not give us all of the information we ask for,any advice you receive maynot be appropriate to your needs, objectives and financial situation.

You should read the warnings contained in any SOA, or any other warnings that we give you, carefully before making any decision about an insurance policy. Where we provide you with advice about your insurance arrangements, that advice is current at the time that we give it. 
We will review your insurance arrangements when you inform us about changes in your circumstances, at the time of any scheduled status review or upon renewal of your insurances.

Contractual Liability and your insurance cover
Many commercial or business contracts contain clauses dealing with your liability (including indemnities or hold harmless clauses). Such clauses may entitle your insurers to reduce cover, or in some cases, refuse to indemnify you at all. You should seek legal advice before signing and accepting contracts. You should inform us of any clauses of this nature before you enter into them.
What information do you maintain in my file and can I examine my file?
We maintain a record of your personal profile, including details of insurance policies that we arrange for you. We may also maintain records of any recommendations or advice given to you.  

We will retain this FSG and any other FSG given to you as well as any SOA or PDS that we give or pass on to you for the period required by law.

We are committed to implementing and promoting a privacy policy, which will ensure the privacy and security of your personal information. A copy of our privacy policy is available on request.  
A copy is also available on our website, www.australianbrokernetwork.com.au.

If you wish to look at your file please ask us. We will make arrangements for you to do so. How will I pay for the services provided?
For each insurance product the insurer will charge a premium that includes any relevant taxes, charges and levies. We often receive a payment based on a percentage of this premium (excluding relevant taxes, charges and levies) called commission, which is paid to us by the insurers. However, in some cases we will also charge you a fee. These will all be shown on the invoice that we send you. You can choose to pay by any of the payment methods set out in the invoice. You are required to pay us within the time set out on the invoice.

If there is a refund or reduction of your premium as a result of a cancellation or alteration to a policy, or based on a term of your policy (such as a premium adjustment provision), we will retain any fee we have charged you. We will also retain commission depending on our arrangements with the insurer, or charge you a cancellation fee equal to the reduction in our commission.

When you pay us your premium it will be banked into our trust account. We retain the commission from the premium you pay us and remit the balance to the insurer in accordance with our arrangements with the insurer. We will earn interest on the premium while it is in our trust account or we may invest the premium and earn a return. We will retain any interest or return on investment earned on the premium.

 

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