New Zealand has seen its property risks grow substantially over the past decade, and most agree that this isn’t likely to change for the better. When it comes to insurance and risk pooling, traditionally low-risk areas such as Auckland have subsidised the high-risk areas situated on active fault lines – an approach which most insurers are starting to see as unfair, and badly suited to the specifics of operating as an insurer in New Zealand.
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