Insurer IAG an award winner – for the wrong reasons
A major player has been named Worst Transnational Corporation operating in New Zealand over its Canterbury earthquake dealings.
Court decision ‘out of step’ with how insurance operates
Pricing, underwriting criteria and claims handling will be under review after a court decision leaves landlords liable for accidental damage their tenants cause, whether they’re insured or not.
Weekly Wrap: Key player boosts Aussie footprint
PLUS: $10k innovation scholarship open for submissions and Manheim welcomes renewed contract
Penalty shoot-outs, send-offs, and St John
There was high drama on the field at the 2016 Insurers v Brokers football tournament but did the brokers finally get a win?
Movers & Shakers: Insurer’s two new internal appointments
PLUS: New CFO appointment follows CEO’s promotion... New recruiter’s specialist claims knowledge a boon...
News in Brief: Local government insurer gets ratings revision
PLUS: Kiwi cop’s approach to insurer pays off and insurance payout to save stainless steel maker?
Major player NZbrokers appoints new CEO
A well-known insurance industry name who recently crossed the ditch has returned to NZ to take this top role.
Partnership prompts new outlet for travel insurance
This travel insurance provider’s new deal makes it the market leader in travel insurance and assistance in NZ, it says.
First LGBT broker set up
A firm offering products tailored for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community has been launched in the UK.
Top lawyer reveals reason for risqué internet searches
Peter Leman, partner at DLA Piper NZ, explains why he had to warn the IT department before researching an unusual case, and why he is backing an ICNZ proposal.