Founder says broker commission fees “are on the higher side” and smells a market opportunity. Do you agree?
Nadine Taylor, claims operations manager at Marsh, talks about award-winning wordings, and how brokers are key to removing the industry’s negative stigma.
The chairman of this Aussie insurer has described it as the toughest marketplace he can remember but is rapt with the company’s achievements in spite of that.
Insurers list multiple reasons beyond their control why claims have been delayed, as a 1,000-strong protest group calls for the industry to be regulated.
The newly-appointed NZ CEO of this major player has admitted driverless cars are a threat to the company’s growth prospects.
A change in how our airlines are allowed to push travel insurance has had a knock-on effect on this specialist travel insurer provider’s 2016 interim results.
Kiwi SMEs can relax – two New Zealand insurance entities have united to launch a dedicated cyber insurance website, Frankie, designed to suit their needs.
The retiring GM of this insurer has announced his successor to the market.
A leading global player has announced a new leadership structure in a bid to more closely align operations in Australia and New Zealand which will see the NZ CEO take an expanded role
PLUS: Broker boatie floats over to insurer manager role
The CEO and MD of one of Australia’s biggest insurers has revealed the innovative strategy the business is looking to pursue as commercial rates “may have bottomed out”