Nearly 400 industry members packed out Sky City’s illustrious ballroom to celebrate the top performers of 2014 in the third annual awards.
Industry chief points to the implications of an ageing and more diverse population on the way insurance companies respond.
Following an insurer’s move to bring back full replacement cover for fire on house insurance, competitors fear customers could be left underinsured in other circumstances.
A major player’s AGM turned into a marathon session yesterday as shareholders questioned company executives over remuneration levels.
Insurance company M&A deals and in-house legal teams have all made the grade at this year’s prestigious NZ law awards.
An industry heavyweight will shut down nearly all the branches of one of its direct insurance brands in a move to consolidate and improve efficiency.
The head of a top broking firm says the issue of disclosure shouldn’t just be about broker fees and should be sorted out internally to protect the industry’s reputation.
Despite their efforts to improve delivery channels, insurers say brokers have been slow on the uptake, conference delegates are told.
An industry body is organising a breakfast brainstorm meeting for those looking to network with the movers and shakers of the NZ insurance market.
Over 90 employees of this insurance giant will discover their fate in just over two weeks when proposals to close their branches will be finalised.