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6th Feb 17, 7:37am
A court document reveals Tower has $6 million at stake in its legal battle with EQC over land damage; Question marks remain over why there are still $51 million of EQC recoveries in dispute
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A court document reveals Tower has $6 million at stake in its legal battle with EQC over land damage; Question marks remain over why there are still $51 million of EQC recoveries in dispute
6th Feb 17, 7:37am
28th Jan 17, 8:21am
How EQC has avoided being stung by rising land values; Cameron Preston has the back story to the legal action IAG and Tower have launched against EQC
How EQC has avoided being stung by rising land values; Cameron Preston has the back story to the legal action IAG and Tower have launched against EQC
28th Jan 17, 8:21am
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26th Jan 17, 1:32pm
IAG and Tower demand EQC coughs up the cash, having allegedly short-changed thousands of Canterbury quake claimants with land damage
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IAG and Tower demand EQC coughs up the cash, having allegedly short-changed thousands of Canterbury quake claimants with land damage
26th Jan 17, 1:32pm
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13th Dec 16, 2:40pm
Agreement reached to see private insurers receive, assess and settle Kaikoura quake claims on behalf of EQC
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Agreement reached to see private insurers receive, assess and settle Kaikoura quake claims on behalf of EQC
13th Dec 16, 2:40pm
9th Dec 16, 12:24pm
RBNZ concerned insurers risk eroding their solvency buffers and reducing their flexibility to manage a crisis if they keep dishing out large dividends
RBNZ concerned insurers risk eroding their solvency buffers and reducing their flexibility to manage a crisis if they keep dishing out large dividends
9th Dec 16, 12:24pm
2nd Dec 16, 12:02pm
IAG's chief risk officer believes Wellingtonians will soon stop being subsidised by insurance policyholders in other parts of the country for living in a quake hotspot
IAG's chief risk officer believes Wellingtonians will soon stop being subsidised by insurance policyholders in other parts of the country for living in a quake hotspot
2nd Dec 16, 12:02pm
25th Nov 16, 11:21am
IAG on when we need to update our insurers on a change of circumstances
IAG on when we need to update our insurers on a change of circumstances
25th Nov 16, 11:21am
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17th Nov 16, 10:23am
Insurers put embargo on transferring home insurance from vendors to buyers from Rakaia to Masterton; Wellington deals frozen as mortgages impossible without insurance, say agents; Boom stopped dead in its tracks
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Insurers put embargo on transferring home insurance from vendors to buyers from Rakaia to Masterton; Wellington deals frozen as mortgages impossible without insurance, say agents; Boom stopped dead in its tracks
17th Nov 16, 10:23am
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3rd Nov 16, 8:31am
IAG NZ buys $900 million of extra reinsurance as its Canterbury earthquake bill keeps growing
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IAG NZ buys $900 million of extra reinsurance as its Canterbury earthquake bill keeps growing
3rd Nov 16, 8:31am
23rd Sep 16, 12:58pm
Jen​ée Tibshraeny on the Singapore sling, a challenge for Paul Goldsmith, house flipping, a possible future PM, Indian students and more
Jen​ée Tibshraeny on the Singapore sling, a challenge for Paul Goldsmith, house flipping, a possible future PM, Indian students and more
23rd Sep 16, 12:58pm
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12th Sep 16, 2:10pm
AA Insurance assures premiums to stay the same, as it moves from sum insured to full home replacement for fire, flood and storm damage
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AA Insurance assures premiums to stay the same, as it moves from sum insured to full home replacement for fire, flood and storm damage
12th Sep 16, 2:10pm
12th Sep 16, 5:02am
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Cameron Preston weighs up how the government, insurance companies and homeowners have fared in the Canterbury rebuild boxing ring
Cameron Preston weighs up how the government, insurance companies and homeowners have fared in the Canterbury rebuild boxing ring
12th Sep 16, 5:02am
7th Sep 16, 9:02am
How the Canterbury earthquakes have seen our largest general insurer reduce its tax bill in NZ through its company in tax-friendly Singapore
How the Canterbury earthquakes have seen our largest general insurer reduce its tax bill in NZ through its company in tax-friendly Singapore
7th Sep 16, 9:02am
5th Aug 16, 3:29pm
Suncorp still has reinsurance available to cover its February 2011 Canterbury earthquake costs, unlike its competitors
Suncorp still has reinsurance available to cover its February 2011 Canterbury earthquake costs, unlike its competitors
5th Aug 16, 3:29pm
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26th Jul 16, 4:12pm
Government throws another $250m at Southern Response without calling anyone to account for what's likely to be NZ's largest bailout, costing taxpayers much more than expected
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Government throws another $250m at Southern Response without calling anyone to account for what's likely to be NZ's largest bailout, costing taxpayers much more than expected
26th Jul 16, 4:12pm
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26th Jul 16, 9:48am
The Medical Insurance Society calls on cash from its parent, as it exhausts reinsurance cover for the February 2011 Canterbury earthquake, and is left to foot nearly a quarter of the bill on its own
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The Medical Insurance Society calls on cash from its parent, as it exhausts reinsurance cover for the February 2011 Canterbury earthquake, and is left to foot nearly a quarter of the bill on its own
26th Jul 16, 9:48am
15th Jul 16, 2:30pm
Environment Commissioner warns getting insurance will become harder as sea levels rise and insurers take cover
Environment Commissioner warns getting insurance will become harder as sea levels rise and insurers take cover
15th Jul 16, 2:30pm
15th Jun 16, 1:47pm
How financial service providers in NZ are tapping into the WeChat world to connect with the migrant market
How financial service providers in NZ are tapping into the WeChat world to connect with the migrant market
15th Jun 16, 1:47pm
3rd Jun 16, 10:02am
Martien Lubberink presents a European stew of monetary expansion, bank profitability, CoCos, rogue traders and more
Martien Lubberink presents a European stew of monetary expansion, bank profitability, CoCos, rogue traders and more
3rd Jun 16, 10:02am
25th May 16, 10:24am
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Cam Preston argues insurers are running out of steam in the Canterbury rebuild/repair marathon, with AMI set to be the largest taxpayer bailout in NZ history
Cam Preston argues insurers are running out of steam in the Canterbury rebuild/repair marathon, with AMI set to be the largest taxpayer bailout in NZ history
25th May 16, 10:24am

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