Serving the community of Victoria

The Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA) provides risk advice and insurance services for the Victorian Government. We work with our clients to improve the quality of life for the Victorian community.

We advise and insure more than 4500 clients. These include Victorian Government departments, statutory authorities and agencies, as well as hospitals, tertiary institutions, health centres, community service organisations, national parks, museums and cemetery trusts. We also cover particular infrastructure such as state roads, rail and bridges.

In addition, under the Domestic Building Insurance program, we provide insurance cover for approximately 15,000 Victorian residential builders.

Our current portfolio represents approximately $173 billion in assets, backed by state insurance.

To build our clients risk management capability, we conduct training programs, seminars and educational events on current and emerging topics in insurance and risk management.

VMIA is a Statutory Authority established by the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority Act 1996 and is a successor in law to the former State Insurance Office.


Our Roles

Our three integrated roles are to provide risk management services to clients, insure the state’s assets and to advise government.


Our Clients

Our 3500 diverse clients provide essential services, assets, infrastructure and resources to the people of Victoria.


Corporate Relationships

VMIA has established relationships with organisations through professional or corporate membership, sponsorship support and other activities.


Risk in Practice Introduction - Traralgon

This program is designed to help establish risk management knowledge and skills to provide you with confidence and a practical appreciation of how to apply it as part of your job.

Page last updated: 31 May 2016