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CORPORATIONS ACT 2001 No. 50, 2001 - SECT 982

SEGC may enter into contracts of insurance or indemnity

(1) SEGC may enter into a contract with a person carrying on fidelity insurance business under which SEGC will be insured or indemnified, to the extent and in the manner provided by the contract, against liability in respect of claims. (2) A contract entered into under subsection (1) may relate to dealers generally, particular classes of dealers specified in the contract, particular dealers so specified, or dealers generally with the exclusion of particular classes of dealers, or particular dealers, so specified. (3) SEGC, a participating exchange, a member of the Board and any employee of SEGC or of a participating exchange each have qualified privilege in respect of the publication of a statement that a contract entered into under subsection (1) does or does not apply with respect to a dealer. (4) Where SEGC has entered into a contract of insurance or indemnity with an insurer under this section, a person who has made a claim does not have a right of action against the insurer in respect of the contract or a right or claim in respect of money paid by the insurer in accordance with the contract. (5) In this section:

"dealer" means a member, or a member organisation, of a participating exchange.

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