A wealth of insurers are starting to respond to the trend
The global head of this major player has said he agrees with climate activists’ sentiments, but adds it is far from black and white.
The son of a Chicago meat-packer, a former appliance door-to-door salesman, a World War II flight navigator and a diehard environmentalist are just some of this year’s billionaires with links to the insurance industry.
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The MD of this Kiwi insurer reveals why disruptor technology, diversity and directors are among the areas key to maintaining the company’s significant strengths, at its first AGM since listing.
Insurance companies’ role in the expansion of fossil fuel production was highlighted by climate activists ahead of one major player’s AGM today.
An Aussie travel insurance provider with NZ operations has revealed its new US business and also why its CEO is stepping down.
Treena Rowley, head of business performance and governance at NZI, explains why the industry needs to evolve and why the female Facebook COO is a role model.
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A leading Australasian industry figure has cited New Zealand as being ‘out of step’ with its latest fire levy developments with Kiwi brokers also noting its unfairness.
A major player has been named Worst Transnational Corporation operating in New Zealand over its Canterbury earthquake dealings.