Outgoing head departs after 40 years in the insurance industry
The jetliner shot down last week could put Malaysia Airlines on the hook for hundreds of millions of dollars, though a reinsurer is backing the airline.
A roundtable of businesses and insurers has said a national platform could help make use of valuable information on natural disasters currently held by several organisations that can be difficult to access.
Insurers from across the world have banded together to back global business reforms which call for governments to promote structural flexibility and a free trade agenda to boost economic growth.
Exclusive: The NZ insurance industry is reeling from news the CEO and another high profile figure from the same leading insurer - which recently changed hands in a major deal - have left the company.
An Australian GPS tracking company has teamed up with an American telematics group to launch a new solution to be distributed via brokers and insurers.
An Austbrokers account manager has joined an insurer to lead its burgeoning portfolio in a new market.
PLUS: An insurer chooses a new motor claims software provider, another player backs a young professionals organisation and more NIBA award winners are revealed.
Dot-com is old news, it’s all about the ‘x’, as one business savvy insurance entrepreneur is demonstrating.
An insurance company has ruled out expanding its recent foray into a potentially "volatile" new market, beyond the deal it has already struck with a major company at the behest of an insurance broker.
Austbrokers' chief operating officer Sunil Vohra talks about smart people disrupting the industry, setting up his own business and being a "cricket tragic".