A leading Australasian industry figure has cited New Zealand as being ‘out of step’ with its latest fire levy developments with Kiwi brokers also noting its unfairness.
The director of an NZ broker network and long-standing IBANZ board member will now help to shape the direction of broker education.
Reports that NZ’s biggest broker has switched all its business with one underwriting agency to a single insurer has some in the market worried about the implications.
Two of this broker’s South Island branches have new leaders in place with great things expected.
Most complaints about financial advisers stem from misunderstandings, miscommunications, fees and charges. Now this industry body is turning them into a learning opportunity.
Market consolidation is resulting in shrinking membership numbers for this industry body – but is the drastic situation faced by NIBA being mirrored here?
Paul Munton, EGM – broking branches at Rothbury and chair of the NZ member advisory board of ANZIIF, has this key advice: be commercial, be competitive, but treat your colleagues with kindness
IBNZ has asked some prominent industry players for their highlights of 2015 and what they expect 2016 to bring. The IBANZ CEO starts us off.
A Kiwi broker body has investigated the potential for NZ following the recently-announced partnership between ANZIIF and NIBA.
A broker body says there is good and bad amongst the three suggested approaches to future regulation which will affect insurance brokers.