The new adviser will provide advice around residential and construction lending
This industry body’s new Kiwi president talks about the key issues affecting loss adjusters right now
The head of an industry body has fulfilled his role as president and hails his Kiwi successor
The work that new loss adjusters cut their teeth on is disappearing, with worrying implications for the whole sector, an industry body has warned.
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An industry body has warned the loss adjusting profession could be caught short if succession planning is not urgently addressed.
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‘Green buildings’ may be the future of environmentally sustainable properties but they pose concerns for insurers, according to experts at Zurich.
Experts predict insurers will be using drones to assess claims sites within five years – but can they really replace loss adjusters?