The insurance industry will remain on tenterhooks for another month as NZ watchdogs apply for more time to consider the effects of a proposed merger.
Kiwi brokers are being urged to ‘get smart’ and adapt to changes that telematics will inevitably bring to the insurance market, but maintain they don’t see it as a threat.
The chance to win an NZ holiday is open to those attending a networking event for young insurance professionals in Auckland this week.
Prue Willsford discusses her role at Anziif plus her overview of the NZ insurance industry and the skills Kiwis can pass on to the rest of the world.
Systems put in place since the earthquake have allowed Christchurch brokerages to continue business as usual.
Now is the time for brokers to swot up and upsell cyber protection to their clients, says Kiwi underwriting agency.
While numbers are growing rapidly, one group of insurance professionals in particular is providing the key to their success.
Media reports NZ quake settlement rates lagged behind Chile and Japan didn't paint the whole picture, say defenders.
With weeks still to go until the Commerce Commission decides on IAG’s proposal, the trickle of disapproval from other players is turning into a torrent.
Major Aussie organisation thinks underwriters are under-represented in this country and is upping its recruitment drive among Kiwis