The independent ministerial advisor to the Earthquake Commission (EQC), appointed to speed up Canterbury claims, will be tasked with improving claims management, assessing operational, resourcing, policy and legislative constraints and assessing any constraints caused by processes with private insurers, it has been revealed.
Following last week’s EQC shake-up, Minister Responsible for EQC Megan Woods has now released terms of reference that will direct appointed ministerial advisor Christine Stevenson’s work to ensure swift and fair settlement of the 2,600 outstanding Canterbury claims.
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