Founder says broker commission fees “are on the higher side” and smells a market opportunity. Do you agree?
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.
PLUS: Industry stalwart returns to QBE claims and recruiter rejoices in awards win.
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.
Broker network bosses share their learnings from the recent Winley Group demise in Australia.
Billionaire magnate confident that Berkshire Hathaway will 'do fine', regardless of who ends up as the next US president.
Disappointment over a wasted opportunity is how insurers feel about the fire service review, an industry body has said after today's Internal Affairs announcement.
Pricing, underwriting criteria and claims handling will be under review after a court decision leaves landlords liable for accidental damage their tenants cause, whether they’re insured or not.
PLUS: Cyber risk stars shortlisted again and IMF to review financial system oversight, securities law