A new survey reveals fewer Kiwis are confident their home and contents are sufficiently covered
This industry executive has picked a topical cause to support as she spends a night exposed to the elements on Auckland’s cold streets.
A Kiwi broker boss says the industry is not changing that fast and there is still room for traditional business models.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has released its annual report on how the NZ non-life sector is bearing up under tough conditions.
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Aaron Dickinson, head of strategy, product & data at AA Insurance, reveals how his musical ambitions led him to dine with a former Beatle, but in order to pay the bills he had to Let It Be.
This year’s ICNZ/ANZIIF scholarship winner has singled out the two emerging digital trends that are high risk to the global insurance industry.
Horse massagers, jade cabbage sculptures and foldable electric skateboards are among the weird and wonderful items this insurer has received claims for.
The New Zealand arm of this key player gets a shout out for being ‘profitable and successful’, as its business dips slower than its Aussie counterpart.
While new survey findings have revealed 40% of Kiwi policy holders are comparing motor insurance prices, this insurer boss says the industry would benefit with more.