Kiwi insurer CBL reveals its Brexit strategy
A New Zealand insurer with operations in Europe has said how its business will be affected if Britain leaves the European Union.
Prattley case to go to Supreme Court
The insurance world is keen to know what the Supreme Court will make of this ongoing case, with one legal expert predicting some ‘heart-racing analysis’.
Industry not realising its tech potential
Anita Wikeepa, senior assurance auditor at Vero and recently appointed ANZIIF fellow, believes the industry needs to get smarter with its use of technology.
Suncorp loses another exec to rival
A major insurer has announced that a member of its group executive team has resigned their position to join a rival firm
Carmaker and major insurer in breakthrough $198m deal
Could international purchase spark a trend elsewhere that would shake up the insurance industry?
LMI Group founder disputes EQC idea for Australia
A leading authority on general insurance in Australasia has taken issue with Minister Gerry Brownlee’s suggestion that a similar scheme could work across the Tasman.
Insurer IAG’s blackmail case development
A man who was recently sentenced for trying to blackmail an insurance giant now has a civil suit proceeding, but how has the insurer reacted?
First league, then football, now golf
Industry reps are launching a charity golf day in the same vein as previous successful events for league and football players.
Actuary star’s new role
After a career in corporate roles, this leading NZ actuary is taking a new path.
EQC reveals ‘world first’ work
Around 4,000 customers will learn whether their property qualifies for this form of compensation, which has been recognised for the first time in the world, says EQC.