Tradesure. Your One-Stop Source for Trade Insurance


Tradesure Pty Ltd. ABN 17 140 340 361, is a Corporate Authorised Representative (1309085) of QIB Speciality Pty Ltd ABN 62 067 609 572.

QIB Speciality Pty Ltd. is part of QIB Group Holdings Pty Ltd (ABN 98 163 322 914) and holds a current Australian Financial Services Licence No. 235365. Our Australian Financial Services Licence is issued by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) under the Corporations Act. We are able to provide financial product advice and deal in general insurance products.


General Advice

In this instance we only provide a “general advice” service. This means that whilst we may generally recommend the products we distribute, we do not consider whether the product is appropriate for your own personal objectives, financial situation and needs in making the recommendation. You need to consider the appropriateness of any information (in Statement) or general advice that we give you, having regard to your personal situation, before acting on our advice or buying any product.

Important disclaimer

This website provides information rather than financial product or other advice. The content of this site, including any information contained on it, has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider the appropriateness of the information, taking these matters into account, before you act on any information. In particular, you should review the product disclosure statement for any product that the information relates to it before acquiring the product.

Professional advice should always be sought before any action is taken based on the content of this site.

The information provided on this site is general in nature only.

Information is current as at the date articles are written as specified within them but is subject to change. QIB Group Holdings, its subsidiaries and its associates make no representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information.

Any statements relating to the past may not occur in future.

Any case studies are shown for illustrative purposes only.

To the maximum extent permitted by law, we will not be liable for any loss or damage incurred by any person as a result of use or access to this website or the content on it, including any error in any information, opinion or recommendation contained in this website (whether due to our negligence or otherwise). To the extent that terms implied by law apply to goods or services provided by us, our liability for any breach of those terms is limited at our option to either re-supplying the goods or services, repairing the goods or paying the costs of re-supply of the services or the costs of re-supply or repair of the goods.

All information is subject to copyright and may not be reproduced without the prior written consent of QIB Group Holdings.

QIB Group Holdings Pty Ltd (ABN 98 163 322 914 (‘QIB Group’) provides services to broker members who may be QIB Group subsidiaries or associates. These services include model operating procedures, manuals, legal, technical, HR, compliance, sum insured and product comparison tools; insurance cover placement and claims support; group insurance arrangements; and group purchasing arrangements. These services are funded by QIB Group, subsidised by QIB Group or QIB Group receives a fee for them.

Insurance Brokers Code of Practice

Tradesure Pty Ltd subscribe to the Insurance Brokers Code of Practice.

The Insurance Brokers Code of Practice demonstrates the Australian insurance broking industry’s professional commitment to its clients. The Code is monitored by the Insurance Brokers Code Compliance Committee (the Committee). The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) provides Code monitoring and administration services to the Committee. AFCA has appointed a dedicated team of staff (the Code team) within its office to undertake that task.

The Code applies to the relationship between insurance brokers and their clients. It describes key service standards that clients can expect from brokers, as well as an overview of the complaints and disputes handling process. The Code has been specifically developed by the National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) to be a user-friendly and helpful tool for both insurance brokers and their clients.

The objective of the Code is to build upon the professional competence in the insurance broking profession, increase consumer confidence in insurance brokers and increase knowledge of the important role they play. The service standards outlined in the Code are also aimed at safeguarding self-regulation of the broking industry.

View the Code of Practice