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RM Advancer ®

Rewarding remarkable risk management


RM Advancer Awards

RM Advancer is Australia's premier risk management awards program, recognising our clients for outstanding performance in risk management. The event showcases the risk management achievements of Vero and GIO Workers Compensation, brokers, and clients. Now in its fourteenth year, these prestigious awards are open to small to medium enterprises (SMEs) as well as large organisations.

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RM Advancer Key Dates

Nominations open

4 March 2019

Nominations close

30 August 2019

Finalists advised

6 September 2019

Awards night

24 October 2019
Ovolo Hotel
Woolloomooloo, Sydney


2019 RM Advancer Awards

Simply complete a nomination form and submit it to rmadvancer@vero.com.au by 30 August 2019.

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RM Advancer Awards are judged as follows:

More than $100 million annual turnover (x2 awards)

  • Commercial (property, machinery breakdown and motor)
  • Personal injury and liability (liability and GIO workers compensation)

Less than $100 million annual turnover (x1 award)

  • Small and medium enterprise (all classes of business)

Note: Not for profit, private companies or government entities, please select equivalent category according to the size of the organisation.

Winners will be announced at a gala evening at Ovolo Hotel, Woolloomooloo, Sydney on Thursday 24 October 2019. As well as the accolades of professionals, peers and the media, each winner will receive 200,000 Virgin Velocity points*.

Make sure you complete and submit the nomination form prior to 30 August 2019.

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*Prize is subject to availability. Terms & conditions apply.

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