An Aussie travel insurance provider with NZ operations has revealed its new US business and also why its CEO is stepping down.
This insurer’s aim to ‘deliver the best product in every area and best service to brokers’ kicks off with two new products in a growing market.
Opportunities abound for insurance industry as survey reveals more than half of New Zealand organisations don’t have a cybercrime incident response plan.
The newly-appointed NZ CEO of this major player has admitted driverless cars are a threat to the company’s growth prospects.
The new CEO of this Kiwi insurer has proved how serious he is about reducing complexity with a drastic product overhaul announced.
This intermediated insurer is showing its support for the re-development of business in Christchurch city centre by signing a new agreement.
IUA director Debbie Street suggests brokers apply the three R’s when explaining cyber risk to clients - but stresses they need to look at their own protection too.
PLUS: Broker back in town and Zurich plans general insurance revamp.
A global leader in cyber risks from the broker’s US office has summed up the essence of cyber which coincides with the results of a new survey showing confidence in cyber security has slipped in NZ.
While New Zealand shares some global concerns, local market characteristics give rise to particular risks maintaining their dominance.