Report involving the likes of Zurich and Marsh points to growing risks and a host of potential future shocks
PLUS: Cash-strapped insurance advocacy service gets grant and insurer to foot $200K bill for Canterbury fire
A cyber risk expert sees issues involving malware, privacy, data disclosure and employee safety emerging from the latest worldwide craze.
Squatters are thought to have started a fire in a central Christchurch building – so why are insurers being blamed?
A truck drove into a late-night crowd, killing at least 60 people in Nice on France’s Mediterranean coast as the nation celebrated its Bastille Day holiday.
The Earthquake Commission is worried some customers are being duped into giving out confidential details.
A settlement has been reached between a property company and its insurers, which means it can now commit to its central Chch rebuild.
While support for proposed changes announced this week by Commerce Minister Paul Goldsmith is growing in some industry sectors one association has expressed concern.
Brokers are in the best position advocate for needed changes in the fight against cybercrime, say cyber governance proponents.
An insurance worker who allegedly threw himself onto a moving car has been charged with second-degree falsely reporting an incident
A member of Suncorp’s New Zealand executive team has left to become CEO at a rival firm.