Insurance perks are now being promised for commercial drivers through the launch of a safe-driving programme using telematics which has world-leading potential.
The director of this new firm told a recent conference he thinks intermediated insurance companies are most at risk of being squeezed out of the value chain – so why is he setting one up?
Major player’s NZ CEO admits the answer to whether the company will need more reserve strengthening remains an unknown.
This major player’s recent merger has boosted GWP by nearly 20%, as it maintained its market-leading position and buffered the big natural peril hits taken by its parent.
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An insurer’s bid to increase efficiencies by putting its two most recently acquired brands on one licence is being opposed by a Christchurch group.
This major player is seeking to streamline its interactions with the regulator by transferring policies with two of its companies under one main licence.
A multinational insurance company has received its licence from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and is underwriting property and casualty insurance through its new office in Auckland.
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The former CEO of a major insurance company has formed a new company with some of his old colleagues in conjunction with an Australian company.