Continuing its ‘string of good news’ with a strong interim result since listing in October, full year targets now look well in sight
A New Zealand insurer is looking to take advantage of the unprecedented opportunities brought by Britain’s exit from the EU
As the aftershocks of the momentous EU referendum continue to hit, key figures from the sector give their initial thoughts on how the industry will be affected
Busy day ahead for insurers and brokers around the world after the UK finally makes up its mind
This rapidly expanding NZ insurer has announced its latest acquisition plans, with strategic concerns listed as a top reason.
Early polls are in – and one party leader has effectively admitted defeat. The result will have real consequences for global financial markets.
A New Zealand insurer with operations in Europe has said how its business will be affected if Britain leaves the European Union.
Improvement in this insurer’s capital position and risk-adjusted capitalisation has resulted in a rating upgrade, opening up access to further opportunities.
The MD of this Kiwi insurer reveals why disruptor technology, diversity and directors are among the areas key to maintaining the company’s significant strengths, at its first AGM since listing.
The MD of this New Zealand insurer describes the company’s first full year as a listed company, as a ‘very satisfying performance’.