NZ expert says adapting to recent changes in health and safety legislation could be aided by telematics
Insurance profit is down $81 million on last year due to a combination of factors.
An expert says the insurance industry perceives itself to be a low risk business – but that is not based on fact
If the industry was regarded as a profession, would that make it easier for it to manage its public reputation?
Anti-competitive behaviour by certain segments of the NZ market has had the opposite effect, say the two new entrants who experienced it
This insurer EGM explains the multiple dynamics at play behind recent rate increases in personal lines
With Delta launching its new cyber-attack prevention package this week, why was its MD moved to pose this question at a conference yesterday?
With the average age of NZ brokers getting older, this insurance boss discusses his company’s moves to prevent a drain of talent in the industry
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The Steadfast EGM reveals what insights he’s gained about Kiwi brokers and from his 43 year insurance career