The sale of all Earthquake Commission houses should be banned until the liability of ongoing repairs is clarified, homeowner believes
PLUS: Personal insurance claims payout figures released; Insurance law specialist promoted to partner
A New Zealand dramatic production set against a background of earthquake-hit Christchurch is hitting the stage in Wellington, but how will insurers be represented?
A major international insurer has posted a 37% drop in business operating profits and announced that it will cut around 8000 roles across its business by 2018.
The new CEO of this Kiwi insurer has proved how serious he is about reducing complexity with a drastic product overhaul announced.
Market consolidation is resulting in shrinking membership numbers for this industry body – but is the drastic situation faced by NIBA being mirrored here?
Only a quarter of staff members believe EQC delivers on its promises to customers – a result described as a morale ‘rock bottom’ for the organisation
Tanya Clews, GM claims and partnerships at Ando Insurance, reveals the three key things to consider in career opportunities and the importance of simplifying
PLUS: New role for Suncorp commercial insurance CEO; Publisher enters travel insurance market; Allied World’s sharp profit drop
A newly-merged powerhouse has announced who will take the reins of its Australasian region
Directors’ fears of being held personally liable have dropped, when actually there is more chance of it happening now