Growth strategies for your insurance business
A look at how to target clients and the economics of book building
Fintech, insurtech and Asian institutions – a match made in heaven?
Industry expert looks at why insurance companies need to think differently about the market they are in
Why sustainability is not just about the environment: NZ insurer chief
The boss of a major NZ insurer explains why sustainability is vital to business, and to New Zealand as a whole
LMI Group founder disputes EQC idea for Australia
A leading authority on general insurance in Australasia has taken issue with Minister Gerry Brownlee’s suggestion that a similar scheme could work across the Tasman.
Opinion: Evolving technologies and insurance in 2016
Dipak Sahoo outlines the beneﬁts new and emerging technologies can offer insurance
Opinion: Cyber what are the emerging issues?
Marsh’s Susan Elias talks about the growing cyber threat and the need for businesses to respond
Opinion: A plea to the broking industry
Val Phinn, director of an insurance education provider in Queensland, joins the discussion around broker education in Australia
Opinion: Bringing competition to statutory schemes
Benefits beckon for customers, brokers and the economy, says Suncorp’s Chris McHugh
Broker Opinion: Why NZ deserves a better warranty scheme for housing
Builders may be forced to offer mandatory guarantees of their work under new government proposals, and Stamford Insurance is behind the move.
What I love more than winning claims
Catherine Ellison, senior claims consultant at Crombie Lockwood, and recent ANZIIF award winner, reveals the appeal of the industry for her.