PLUS: New manager for AIG NZ; CBL readying for IPO and mediation hoped to settle CCC insurance issues.
A financial services company’s bid to aggressively grow its general insurance business moves a step closer with this key appointment.
A local firm has announced it intends to acquire an Aussie specialty insurer in a bid to balance its mainly European focus back down under.
The boss of New Zealand’s second largest insurer has questioned the capital’s natural disaster preparedness while backing a move for a permanent disaster recovery capability.
Jarrod De Pont, broker with Crombie Lockwood, discusses the merits of putting people before technology and what it was about the insurance industry that made him stay.
The fourth annual State of Insurance league tournament is today, and after three consecutive losses will the broker team finally shake the underdog tag?
Insurance arm takes a $1 billion hit after ‘worst ever year’ for natural hazards but the group still pulls in a profit, and NZ can take some credit for that.
PLUS: Capricorn launches business insurance service; new look for Vero Centre and new business manager for IUA.
A Court of Appeal decision overturns earlier High Court decisions and finds favour with this insurer.
A multinational insurance company has received its licence from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and is underwriting property and casualty insurance through its new office in Auckland.