Outgoing leader departs after 40 years in the insurance industry
Kendyll Morton, claims specialist at Southern Response and ANZIIF Student of the Year, says starting her insurance career post quakes has given her a particular take on the industry.
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This insurer's new Asia Pacific CEO comes straight from a similar role in Dubai where he achieved a great result, the company says.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has released its annual report on how the NZ non-life sector is bearing up under tough conditions.
After his abrupt departure from Dual New Zealand, its former managing director has resurfaced wearing a different hat.
The freeze has been placed on an insurance fraudster who used an ice cream van in three fake claims with a suspended jail term.
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A global broker’s CEO has shared his insight on how companies should deal with cyber threats in the current risk environment
Last week Tower said the number of claims it had coming from EQC was under 50, but what’s the tally for other insurers?
The work that new loss adjusters cut their teeth on is disappearing, with worrying implications for the whole sector, an industry body has warned.