The sale of all Earthquake Commission houses should be banned until the liability of ongoing repairs is clarified, homeowner believes
The Kiwi director of this Sundance doco has been taken to court by a plaintiff who believes the reputation of his insurance lawyer father has been tarnished, along with his own.
A leading Australasian industry council has announced a reciprocal membership agreement with an American association which will see the two develop closer ties
Legal experts have questioned the legality of an insurer’s reason for turning down a Sydney woman’s travel insurance claim following the death of her mother.
Most complaints about financial advisers stem from misunderstandings, miscommunications, fees and charges. Now this industry body is turning them into a learning opportunity.
Two Aussie health insurers have revealed a sharp drop in patients making claims on their insurance during September-October last year, and experts say the RWC is the reason
The man behind a Kiwi peer to peer insurance company is hoping the $13 million-backed US company Lemonade will put some fizz into the concept.
Richard Davis, national broker relationship manager at NZI, reveals why he thinks insurer/broker relations can be compared to a good marriage, and how his insurance career beat a move to Canada.
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The CEO of the NZ branch of this key player has quit the company and a new boss has been appointed as an interim replacement.
This New Zealander has been picked as a key mover and shaker on the Insurance Business Hot List 2016, not just once but three times.