Below are NSW Emergency Services Levy (ESL) rates for our policies and relevant instructions provided by the Emergency Services Levy Insurance Monitor (‘Insurance Monitor’).
|NSW Insurance Monitor additional requirements
The NSW Insurance Monitor has released guidelines requiring Calibre Insurance to include information regarding the reinstatement of the NSW ESL rate on policy documentation. The NSW ESL reinstatement important notice (the Important Notice) will be applied to all Calibre Insurance system generated schedules from 15 September 2017.You are required to provide your clients with the updated Calibre Insurance schedules. If you produce your own policy documentation please include the Important Notice on all schedules generated from 15 September 2017.
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If you have any questions or require further information regarding the removal of the NSW ESL please speak to your Development Manager.
|NSW ESL Rates|
|POLICY INCEPTION DATE||1 July 2016 – 31 January 2017||1 February – 31 May 2017||1 June – 30 June 2017||1 July – 31 August 2017||From 1 September 2017||From 15 September 2017 onwards|
|Fire including Business Interruption||40%||30%||
|Insurance Monitor additional instructions||The ESL Notice has been removed from Calibre Insurance system generated schedules.||The Important Notice included on Calibre Insurance system generated schedules. Brokers who produce their own schedules are requested to insert the notice on their schedules or provide it as an attachment to policies.|
Please see full policy terms, conditions, limits and exclusions. Calibre’s Business Package Insurance Policies are issued by Calibre Commercial Insurance Pty Ltd (‘Calibre Insurance’) (ABN 86 603 039 023| AFSL 474540) acting under a binder as agent for the insurer Great Lakes Insurance SE (ARBN 127 740 532 | ABN 18 964 580 576 | AFSL 318603) trading as Great Lakes Australia (‘Great Lakes Australia’). Great Lakes Insurance SE is a limited liability company incorporated in Germany.