2016 Scheme Review

MAIC is reviewing the Queensland CTP Scheme to identify opportunities to improve its affordability, efficiency, and fairness for the community of Queensland as well as ensuring it is flexible in its design to support future innovation and improvement opportunities.

The review is being led by Mr Henry Smerdon AM, former Under Treasurer and current Chancellor of Griffith University. Joining Henry on the committee is Ms Jo Blades and Mr Rowan Ward. The Committee will report back to Government by 9 December 2016.

The terms of reference for the Committee can be accessed here.

As part of the review, the Committee has sought community and industry feedback on a discussion paper which examines issues related to the underwriting model, scheme delivery, insurer profitability, scheme coverage, transparency of legal costs and the role of MAIC and the Nominal Defendant.

CTP Scheme Review Team

Submissions

The submissions below may not be all that we received. At our discretion, we may not publish certain submissions or part of submissions because of length, content, appropriateness or confidentiality.

The Review Committee also notes a number of submissions relating to the Department of Transport and Main Roads ‘Queensland’s Personalised Transport Horizon: Five Year Strategic Plan for Personalised Transport Services 2016-2021′ are already under consideration by Government and will not be considered again in the CTP Scheme Review. All submissions received by the Review Committee relating to this issue have been forwarded to MAIC for consideration during this process.

For further information, please call MAIC on 1300 302 568 or via email at maic@maic.qld.gov.au

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Last modified 14 October 2016