“I worry about the future we’re shaping for the generations to come”
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This major insurer has reordered its NZ hierarchy following the recent revelation of its parent company’s new operating model.
This major player has reordered its business divisions and changed its operating model but the COO role has been disestablished as a result.
Three partners have departed to this expanding firm to boost its insurance services practice, bringing with them an 11-strong team.
Caroline Laband, partner at DLA Piper NZ, reveals her link to the Britpop band, defending a Swiss bank in the Bahamas and why her childhood hero is journalist Kate Adie.
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Seeing attractive long-term returns, one of UK’s biggest insurers has poured investments into the house building and private rental sectors.
The MD of this New Zealand insurer describes the company’s first full year as a listed company, as a ‘very satisfying performance’.
The MD of this broker network reveals the company’s next steps for New Zealand on the back of pleasing first half results.
Opportunities abound for insurance industry as survey reveals more than half of New Zealand organisations don’t have a cybercrime incident response plan.