Report involving the likes of Zurich and Marsh points to growing risks and a host of potential future shocks
A Kiwi not-for-profit health insurer is branching out into life insurance in a move it’s describing as a ‘natural extension’.
The Aussie campervan company causing outrage for its offensive slogans could be forced to act on the public’s complaints – and insurance could be the answer.
Peter Leman, partner at DLA Piper NZ, explains why he had to warn the IT department before researching an unusual case, and why he is backing an ICNZ proposal.
A global player has won two prestigious sponsorship awards, and is pointing to the ‘truly unique brand’ behind its success.
This major player's latest results reveal a huge decline in earnings.
The recent Supreme Court decision in the Mark Hotchin case offers a mixed bag for liability insurers, according to this top lawyer
This underwriting agency’s sideline business for auctioning off wrecked cars that are insurance write-offs is proving a hit with both bidders and watchers worldwide
Chris Beh, principal at Marsh Risk Consulting, discusses why likeability is key and why clients need to be educated more on the difference between brokers and insurers.
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An insurance broker who left a major player to set up his own business has been ordered to pay more than $70,000 in penalties.