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About IMB

IMB, insurance and maritime books, is focused on supplying quality, relevant technical insurance publications to those connected with the non-life insurance and reinsurance industry.

IMB is a unit of austral marine insurance services pty ltd (ABN 47 696 652 320) and sources its publications from acknowledged leading publishers and institutes from within Australia and around the world. Amongst these are:-

  • Witherby Publishing Group, UK
  • Sweet and Maxwell, UK
  • Taylor & Francis (Informa Law by Routledge and L.L.P.)
  • Thomson Reuters, Australia
  • LexisNexis (incorporating Butterworths UK)
  • Oxford University Press
  • International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
  • Insurance Institute of London
  • Chartered Institute of Shipbrokers

Following extensive research, IMB offers a comprehensive collection of titles, in a niche area, aimed at supporting the needs of underwriters, claims handlers, brokers, surveyors, loss adjusters, risk managers, lawyers and other service providers connected with the insurance industry.

Ordering publications offered by IMB is easy through either:-

  • registering and opening an account through IMB's website;
  • by email to imb@australmarine.com
  • by phoning + (61) 0435 767007

IMB is constantly adding to its list of publications and welcomes your feedback. To this end if you cannot find a publication you are seeking we ask that you contact us via email with details; including title of the publication, author, publisher and ISBN, where known. Whilst IMB cannot guarantee to supply you with the publication we are happy to assist you in sourcing the publication.

Please note: Whilst every attempt is made to show the latest prices for all publications offered, due to ongoing significant movements in overseas currencies, notably the British Pound and the Australian dollar, the price of books not held in stock by IMB may fluctuate from the prices shown.  If in any doubt then it is suggested that customers email IMB seeking a quote for the books they are wishing to purchase.