The sale of all Earthquake Commission houses should be banned until the liability of ongoing repairs is clarified, homeowner believes
Insurers that invest in fossil fuels are faced with increasing risks, according to a recently published report
An industry body has awarded its most successful members and top students at its annual celebration of academic excellence – but who has made the grade?
A specialist liability provider’s partnering with a Lloyd’s managing agent to boost its liability cover has resulted in a New Zealand first.
While Google is keen to sell how self-driving cars will save lives, they now plan to cement that after being awarded a patent for a very sticky solution.
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This Kiwi insurer says the end is in sight with less than 50 Canterbury claims to come over from EQC.
A bid to raise the directors’ fees of this council insurer by 15% has been met with opposition.
Garry Taylor, general manager claims at NZI, reveals why he followed his dad into the industry, and explains why the demands of market cycles require brokers and insurers work together.
Insurance rates for cargo will probably spike in the short term in the wake of global regulations requiring containers’ weight to be verified before they can be loaded on a ship
This direct insurer predicts this will be the last of the losses with a turnaround expected in the second half of this year.