The sale of all Earthquake Commission houses should be banned until the liability of ongoing repairs is clarified, homeowner believes
A travel insurance brand is claiming its new terrorism coverage to be a landmark event in an increasingly unstable travel climate.
PLUS: New faces join Kiwi underwriting agency; major player awarded for customer experience
As the aftershocks of the momentous EU referendum continue to hit, key figures from the sector give their initial thoughts on how the industry will be affected
A new survey reveals fewer Kiwis are confident their home and contents are sufficiently covered
A recent Court of Appeal decision has underlined that there is a difference between what EQC pays out and what it is liable for.
This industry executive has picked a topical cause to support as she spends a night exposed to the elements on Auckland’s cold streets.
Busy day ahead for insurers and brokers around the world after the UK finally makes up its mind
This rapidly expanding NZ insurer has announced its latest acquisition plans, with strategic concerns listed as a top reason.
A Kiwi broker boss says the industry is not changing that fast and there is still room for traditional business models.
A new ‘break-up’ insurance product pitched using the latest celebrity coupling of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston has been pulled following legal concerns