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Who pays for increased liquefaction vulnerabilitydamage?
How can the industry get customers excited about what is often a grudge purchase?
Statutory time limits for Canterbury earthquake claims and industries response to meth problems. Read more
No time for cyber security complacency, and industry weighs in on regulatory change. Read more
What does technological disruption mean for broker inter-mediated insurance? Read more
A year in Review. - Insurers reflect on 2015 and ponder what lies a head. Read more
NZ businesses face big bills for environmental damages. Read more
Agencies Take Hold. Read more
When was the last time you sat down to study? Read more
Plaudits for industry heavy weights, and read about the increasing demands placed on brokers. Read more
This Special Edition of CoverNote focuses on the positive outcomes that brokers have had a part following claims in Christchurch.
CoverNote asks NZ political parties about insurance related policies, and find out why NZ insurers reject online quote comparisons. Read more
Recent threats in Nigeria highlight kidnap and ransom cover, and read about challenges to the industry and product recall insurance. Read more
Advisers' workloads are increasing as they help clients navigate big changes to residential insurance cover. Plus, how businesses are navigating increasing premiums. Read more
What can the Insurance Industry learn from the Earthquakes three years on? Plus Helping clients determine their sum insured rebuild value and time to prove your worth. Read more
How big data changes insurance plus IBANZ 2013 Forum and IBANZ College. Read more
The best things about broking, tips from industry leaders plus IBANZ College CPD Changes and NCFS Overview. Read more
A review by the International Monetary Fund has recommended tighter controls on NZ's insurance sector.
Learning from Complaints.
Karen Stevens, Insurance and Finance Services Ombudsman, talks about how to best assist clients at claim time.
Who Pays For Increased Liquefaction Vulnerability Damage
Andrew Horne and Jennifer Hambleton of Minter Ellison Rudd Watts take a look at the different veiws on this.