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This information may be regarded as general advice. The personal objectives, needs or financial situations of individual members were not taken into account when preparing this information.
Accordingly, members should consider the appropriateness of any general advice we have given having regard to your own objectives, financial situation and needs before acting on it.
Where the information relates to a particular financial product, a member should obtain and consider the relevant product disclosure statement before making any decision to purchase that financial product.
It is the policy of CEAS to archive all work papers and correspondence regarding members’ Risk Management and Insurance matters for seven (7) years.
After that date, files will then be destroyed without further reference to members (this applies to all policy coverages other than personal injury).
Personal Injury Records are all documents whether broking, underwriting or claims pertaining to an insurance policy which provides cover for any injury to persons regardless of the class of that insurance policy.
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