Green broker tracks fleet to reduce carbon footprint
The world’s first internationally accredited CarboNZero certified insurance broker has installed a GPS fleet tracking system to improve its sustainability journey.
Myles Noble: My big regret
He’s the high achieving, well respected head of claims and earthquake response at Crombie Lockwood. But Myles Noble admits there is one regret that will always cast a shadow over his career.
$10,000 scholarship up for grabs
Young Kiwi insurance professionals with outstanding business and leadership skills are being urged to display their talents for a chance to win this year’s ANZIIF and ICNZ scholarship.
‘Green buildings’ pose challenges for insurers
‘Green buildings’ may be the future of environmentally sustainable properties but they pose concerns for insurers, according to experts at Zurich.
News in Brief: Bad prognosis behind earlier retirement for AIG boss
PLUS Institute unveils website; insurer’s CFO gets shares in the company; AIG tackles safety in rugby and supermarket insurance essay lands a win for reinsurer
Ridgecrest: no game-changer
The influx of calls to brokers and insurance lawyers in the wake of the Ridgecrest decision this week has not yet transpired, contrary to predictions made in mainstream media reports.
Business network lists eight reasons to enter sustainability awards
With sustainability being the latest buzz word in industry circles, why not share the story of your efforts by entering this year’s awards?
Institute announces winners of Aussie awards
Three companies score a hat trick of wins in this week’s prestigious Australian Insurance Industry Awards.
Fire levy remains hot topic
News that a previous judgement on the fire levy is heading to the Supreme Court is ‘disappointing’, says industry body.
Five Minutes With… David Crawford, director of Insurance Advisernet New Zealand
David Crawford, director of Insurance Advisernet New Zealand, talks about conducting risk surveys via helicopter in Saudi Arabia, moving insurance buyers away from price-based decisions and why insurance runs in his blood.