NZ performance impresses but CEO expects insurer to be “smaller, a little bit more focused and less complex”
This major player is set to divest its primary insurance arm, but what effect will that have on the businesses it partners with?
An anonymous female bidder has agreed to pay $3,456,789 to eat lunch with insurance billionaire Warren Buffett - not including the tip.
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A bid to increase fees for the directors of this council insurer is being rejected by a growing number of councils.
While driverless car technology will revolutionise safety in this sector, the effect on the insurance industry could kill off some players altogether, according to current projections.
A Kiwi broker says it has already issued an updated version of its commercial insurance app before its competition has even matched the product.
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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.