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Podcast Library

You will find below the audio 'podcast' files of our Webinars - these are MP3 audio files and can be downloaded into your computer, phone or tablet for listening at your desk or to send to your clients or your centres of influence!
The date of publication is not to be used as a guide to currency: most of the concepts survive and have no shelf life.

We will be curating BRAND NEW podcasts in 2018. If you are subscriber to our Risk Read emails, we'll let you know as we load them up to the site.

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Podcast : Estate Planning - Navigating The Right Advice Path
Peter McKnoulty from McCullough Robertson Lawyers talks about being the pivotal point in your clients’ estate and business succession planning - this is a key ingredient in the crucial client relationship. How do you navigate that fine line between being a great facilitator and giving unauthorised advice? See also the video, the slide presentation and the text transcript. Duration 46:00min Size 6.7 MB
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Podcast : Martin & Michael - A Business Succession Planning Case Study
When this interview was conducted on the main platform at The Risk Store's Annual Life Risk Forum, it created quite a wave of awareness of the practical outcomes of business succession planning. This is an emotional, real view of just what happens when a business partner suffers a very serious illness and remains alive to be a part of the withdrawal process from the business and the eventual outcomes for the business. It also highlights just what is in store for the 'unaffected' partner...who is in fact far from being 'unaffected'. See also the video, and the text transcript. The generic but critical content of this presentation is as current now as it ever was - it is conceptual and as such invaluable for client engagement lessons. Duration 27:00min Size 8.5 MB
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Podcast : Nomination of Beneficiaries
Peter Bobbin from Argyle Lawyers examines everything you always wanted to know about nominating beneficiaries but were afraid to ask. This is a very technical and yet entertaining session with case studies. See also the video , the slide presentation and the text transcript . Duration 56:00min Size 7 MB
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Podcast : The Dream Team. How To Woo Accountants For Referrals
Dani Peer is an extraordinary speaker. This is a whole new slant on how to woo accountants before you try to work with them - some great tools and concepts are presented in this session. See also the video, the slide presentation and the text transcript. Duration 35:00min Size 5.7 MB
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Podcast : Trauma In Business Insurance
The use of trauma (critical illness) in business succession planning and the need to include trauma into the funding arrangements for business partners has always been a real challenge for advisers and spawns much debate. Matt Burgess, formally of McCullough Robertson Lawyers (now co-founder of View Legal) discusses what the issues are and how to meet them head-on and effectively for these clients and still achieve a robust and acceptable outcome. See also the video, the slide presentation and the text transcript. Duration 55:00min Size 7.6 MB
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Podcast : Valuing Advisers' Involvement
Dr Michael Holt "worships the ground his adviser walks on" and it's easy to understand why, when you see what he endured but also what he was saved from, due to good advice. This is the audio file of his presentation which sums up the story of Dr Holt's devastating accident and the outcomes. See also the slide presentation and the text transcript . This video is unfortunately not able to be archived for copyright reasons. A short version of the story is available on DVD at www.michaelholt.com.au Duration 28:00min Size 4.4 MB
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Podcast: Underwriting Mental Illnesses - Part 1 ‘Anxiety’
The Risk Store in association with AIA Australia (formerly AIG Life), has produced a 3 part series on field underwriting mental illness and managing the underwriting outcomes. This informative series is narrated by Dr Rene Geyer, (former) Medical Consultant for AIA Australia, who explains in an interesting and informative way, the many issues regarding the various forms of mental illness a financial adviser is likely to encounter with clients. References to AIG (now AIA) contact details are now out of date - the relevance and usefulness of this podcast is NOT out of date. Duration 25:00min Size 7 MB
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Podcast: Underwriting Mental Illnesses - Part 2 ‘Depression’
The second in our series supported by AIA Australia (formerly AIG Life), this podcast examines depression and associated disorders. Dr Rene Geyer's insights will assist advisers to understand the effect of a depressive history or current condition, on the acceptance terms being offered by insurers across the range of life risk products. References to AIG (now AIA Australia) contact details are now out of date - the relevance and usefulness of this podcast is NOT out of date Duration 21:00min Size 6.1 MB
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Podcast: Underwriting Mental Illnesses - Part 3 ‘Serious Mental Disorders’
The third and final in our series supported by AIA Australia (formerly AIG Life), this podcast examines the more serious of the mental disorders encountered by advisers and underwriters. Dr Rene Geyer's insights will assist advisers to understand the effect of such conditions as bipolar, schizophrenia and eating disorders, on the acceptance terms being offered by insurers across the range of life risk products. References to AIG (now AIA Australia) contact details are now out of date - the relevance and usefulness of this podcast is NOT out of date Duration 20:00min Size 5.8 MB
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