NZ performance impresses but CEO expects insurer to be “smaller, a little bit more focused and less complex”
This intermediated insurer is worried at the levels of underinsurance in New Zealand, which remain despite the industry’s best efforts to educate the public.
A broker inundated with clients wanting to beef up their insurance policies in light of the new Health & Safety Act’ says they are trying to insure their way through a ‘bureaucratic minefield’.
An insurance expert says improvements in the political risk landscape present a window of opportunity for brokers and insurers.
Senior leaders are unlikely to believe employees who call in sick and will rarely show sympathy, an insurance company’s new report reveals.
Nearly two thirds of insurance leaders are really worried about the threats to growth within the industry with 65% considering new market entrants a major force, according to PwC research.
A High Court has ordered this insurer to pay a Christchurch couple over $700K plus interest and costs in what the company has called an ‘unusual’ decision.
A US insurance news and information site has scanned thousands of Instagram posts hashtagged #RoadRage to pinpoint where and when drivers are most hot under the collar.
PLUS: Insurer’s rating affirmed and improvement measures take effect on insurer’s quarterly results.
NZ Treasury analysts have estimated that up to 85% of homes are under-insured by 28%, producing a total under-insurance figure of $184 billion across NZ.
A New Zealander who represents insurers in the UK shares his views on why driverless cars are risky to drivers in the short-term future