A global broker’s CEO has shared his insight on how companies should deal with cyber threats in the current risk environment
The insurer and broker that placed cover for EgyptAir has been revealed in the wake of crash involving the airline last week
Teambrella could revolutionise insurance coverage with its peer-to-peer bitcoin payment system. A Kiwi P2P entrepreneur thinks it could take off.
Nearly half of respondents taking part in this global broker’s report on risk management said it will be more difficult to forecast critical risks in the next three years.
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Policies placed in this particular line of insurance have surged by 32%, according to a major broker, while rates in Australia & New Zealand have reached almost historic lows.
Chris Beh, principal at Marsh Risk Consulting, discusses why likeability is key and why clients need to be educated more on the difference between brokers and insurers.
A week after his surprise departure from a major broker player, this chief executive’s new role has been unveiled.
As NZ membership numbers continue to swell for this industry organisation, a date has been set for the official launch of its second branch.
The man behind a Kiwi peer to peer insurance company is hoping the $13 million-backed US company Lemonade will put some fizz into the concept.