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About RIS Insurance Group

With a presence in both metropolitan Sydney and regional NSW, RIS Insurance Group is member of the Austbroker network, one of Australia’s leading insurance brokering groups. Headed up by its Directors, Scott England and Matt Coleman, who, along with General Managers, Edward Palminha (Metro) and Michael Roberts (Regional), have more than 100 years combined experience in both underwriting and general insurance broking.

This four-person hands-on Executive Team is supported by a staff of 35 across their head office in St.Leonards and regional offices in Orange and Dubbo, offer Risk and Insurance Services for individuals, and businesses ranging from large corporations to SME’s, transacting all classes insurance with Australia’s leading insurers.

Why use an Insurance Broker?

Insurance is one of the most complex products you can buy. That is why you need a qualified insurance broker to help you understand your unique risks and insurance needs, and to find the best cover for you from the insurance market at the best price. An Insurance Broker’s foremost duty is to his or her client – they work for you. That’s where a broker can be worth their weight in gold, helping to save you time, money and worry – particularly in the event of a claim.

Whether it’s home, car, life or business insurance, brokers provide tailored advice and assistance to make sure you and your property are properly protected. The service standards they offer you – and the protections in place to ensure you are treated in an open and honest way – are set out in the Insurance Brokers Code of Practice.

Meet the Owners

As members of the Austbroker network, day to day control and management of the RIS Insurance Group rests with its two owners, Managing Director, Matt Coleman and Director, Scott England. Matt and Scott, along with General Managers, Edward Palminha (Metro) and Michael Roberts (Regional), are a hands-on four-person Executive Team that guide the RIS Insurance Group.

Meet the Team

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