The sale of all Earthquake Commission houses should be banned until the liability of ongoing repairs is clarified, homeowner believes
Pete Frizzell, head of client propositions at FMG and recent ANZIIF award winner, reveals the advice he’s followed since working on a milk run as a teenager.
A group of US insurance workers have started a new movement under the hashtag #InsuranceRocks in a bid to encourage new talent to the industry.
A blackmailer has been described as having ‘elements of grandiosity and a detachment from reality’ for trying to extort money from an NZ insurer.
Minister for EQC, Gerry Brownlee, has backed the idea of a federal scheme in Australia similar to EQC saying it’s worked well for New Zealanders.
Improvement in this insurer’s capital position and risk-adjusted capitalisation has resulted in a rating upgrade, opening up access to further opportunities.
In a case that is one of the first of its kind, data has been used from telematics to disprove claims
The Earthquake Commission has released a progress report on its remedial program and stated that the rate of remedial requests is normal.
A new report has found that global disasters throughout May caused at least $7 billion in claims cost
Organisations need to make sure their cyber insurance policies are up-to-date to the ever-evolving threat landscape, according to a data security firm.
Rising insurance costs have forced this Aussie golf club to alter the fairway on a tricky par five.