Q&A With… Paul Munton, Rothbury
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
Ashley Madison dubbed the cyber liability ‘poster child’
Cyber risk expert says the vast number and value of claims resulting from the hacking of the controversial website makes it a case to watch.
Movers & Shakers: Zurich ANZ CEO to leave
PLUS: IAG’s board changes; additional company secretary; industry icon honoured and honorary life members appointed at NZILA.
Insurance industry welcomes FIC’s approach to material non-disclosure
The promise of reasonableness is a welcome addition to the new Fair Insurance Code, but industry commentators want to see it in practice to believe it.
NZILA asks is fair, fair?
This year’s NZILA conference examines if all is fair in insurance law with an impressive line-up of speakers booked.
Five Minutes With… Steve Keall, Auckland barrister
Steve Keall, barrister, discusses transformation by technology, how NZ legislation affects offshore insurers and champions the cause for filter coffee.
Five Minutes With… Tony Howie, New Zealand manager for LMI Group
Tony Howie, New Zealand manager for LMI Group, talks about choosing insurance over law, counselling clients and competing with Craig Langstone on colourful courtroom attire.
Product recall pitfalls
A company trying to do the right thing by recalling a potentially contaminated product may find itself not covered by insurance. A top loss adjuster explains.
Exiting president leaves colourful shoes to fill
The charismatic president of an industry association has stepped down from the role after seven years, leaving an impressive legacy to follow.
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.