PLUS: Historic education partnership announced and broker group harnessing racing fans.
As if this insurer didn’t have enough on its plate – now it may have to fund the infamous comedian’s defence.
On the heels of a poor third-quarter performance, the insurance giant announced plans to shed 300 to 400 senior management positions.
PLUS: The wait is on for Yips cruise and AIG spin-off discussion.
A billionaire investor’s proposal to a US insurer to split the company three ways has not been dismissed by its leader.
PLUS: AIG sells Central American operations and major bank sells NZ health insurance business.
Matt Pullin, senior property underwriter at AIG, talks about scrapping the flag referendum, keeping it real with brokers and his love of motorsport.
In the five months since he started as head of NZI’s new liability division, Ryan Clark has been busy building up his team and shaping its new direction. It officially launches today.
Global regulators have finalised new capital rules for the world’s nine biggest insurance companies while in NZ the Reserve Bank’s role as regulator has been questioned.
A New Zealander who now heads up a British insurance giant has spoken to the UN General Assembly on global sustainability goals.