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More movement across borders from the end of the month also means potential for more Covid-inflicted travel showstoppers
23rd Feb 22, 2:03pm
by Toby Allen
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More movement across borders from the end of the month also means potential for more Covid-inflicted travel showstoppers
Travel agents and insurance industry prepare for take-off despite lingering uncertainty around Covid re-opening plan
13th Oct 21, 4:54pm
by Toby Allen
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Travel agents and insurance industry prepare for take-off despite lingering uncertainty around Covid re-opening plan
A closer look at the Government's decision to transfer risk from private insurers to the state natural disaster insurer, EQC
3rd Oct 21, 6:00am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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A closer look at the Government's decision to transfer risk from private insurers to the state natural disaster insurer, EQC
The wait for a trans-Tasman bubble continues, as the PM announces a commencement date will be unveiled on April 6
22nd Mar 21, 6:13pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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The wait for a trans-Tasman bubble continues, as the PM announces a commencement date will be unveiled on April 6
Insurance Council warns owners of units in complexes without body corps could struggle to get cover or face uphill battles when making claims
27th Jan 21, 3:33pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Insurance Council warns owners of units in complexes without body corps could struggle to get cover or face uphill battles when making claims
Private insurers finally get their way, as EQC enables them to handle claims on its behalf; Public Inquiry was inconclusive on the matter
2nd Nov 20, 6:49pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Private insurers finally get their way, as EQC enables them to handle claims on its behalf; Public Inquiry was inconclusive on the matter
RBNZ says it's 'imprudent' for insurers to pay dividends at the moment; Announces major insurance capital review to resume in October
14th Sep 20, 5:44pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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RBNZ says it's 'imprudent' for insurers to pay dividends at the moment; Announces major insurance capital review to resume in October
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says new rules will include what policyholders must disclose to insurers, making changes to allow people to more easily understand their policy, and addressing unfair contract terms
4th Dec 19, 10:14am
by admin
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Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says new rules will include what policyholders must disclose to insurers, making changes to allow people to more easily understand their policy, and addressing unfair contract terms
A look at the 'broken' system that's seen the RBNZ force Tower to find more capital, as insurers continue to chase EQC for hundreds of millions of dollars 9 years after the Canterbury quakes 
21st Nov 19, 1:13pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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A look at the 'broken' system that's seen the RBNZ force Tower to find more capital, as insurers continue to chase EQC for hundreds of millions of dollars 9 years after the Canterbury quakes 
Insurance company IAG's plans to open a trial vehicle repair facility in South Auckland creates concerns about potential anti-competitive behaviour
8th Oct 19, 10:52am
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Insurance company IAG's plans to open a trial vehicle repair facility in South Auckland creates concerns about potential anti-competitive behaviour
Government's proposed conduct licensing regime for financial service providers will make them accountable for sales to consumers by contracted intermediaries & ban target-based sales incentives
25th Sep 19, 12:30pm
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Government's proposed conduct licensing regime for financial service providers will make them accountable for sales to consumers by contracted intermediaries & ban target-based sales incentives
Insurance Council of New Zealand sets out to 'educate the public' about insurance fraud through new Insurance Fraud Bureau as its members strive to reduce insurance fraud
3rd Sep 19, 1:37pm
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Insurance Council of New Zealand sets out to 'educate the public' about insurance fraud through new Insurance Fraud Bureau as its members strive to reduce insurance fraud
IAG and Suncorp see premium hikes being more subdued in 2020, with major repricing seen in 2019 contributing to them increasing their profits by 69% and 116% respectively 
20th Aug 19, 7:49am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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IAG and Suncorp see premium hikes being more subdued in 2020, with major repricing seen in 2019 contributing to them increasing their profits by 69% and 116% respectively 
Auckland Council joins other local authorities around the country in declaring a climate emergency. Steve Forbes looks at why they are doing this and what it might mean for insurance
11th Jun 19, 3:46pm
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Auckland Council joins other local authorities around the country in declaring a climate emergency. Steve Forbes looks at why they are doing this and what it might mean for insurance
RBNZ confirms it'll consider requiring insurers to hold more capital: Macquarie analysts expect life insurers to be hardest hit and warn stricter rules could scare companies off NZ
10th Jun 19, 12:57pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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RBNZ confirms it'll consider requiring insurers to hold more capital: Macquarie analysts expect life insurers to be hardest hit and warn stricter rules could scare companies off NZ
Global insurer Allianz to stop writing commercial property, motor and liability insurance in NZ; Insurance Council characterises retreat as 'sufficiently large to be disappointing'
28th May 19, 4:51pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Global insurer Allianz to stop writing commercial property, motor and liability insurance in NZ; Insurance Council characterises retreat as 'sufficiently large to be disappointing'
What people are saying about the Government's announced targets on reducing emissions to limit global warming
8th May 19, 12:09pm
by admin
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What people are saying about the Government's announced targets on reducing emissions to limit global warming
Is parametric insurance a potential growth market in the face of climate change?
2nd May 19, 9:01am
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Is parametric insurance a potential growth market in the face of climate change?
Government considers capping councils' liability for covering costs of shonky building work; MBIE hesitant, builders supportive, insurers want risks mitigated
26th Apr 19, 1:24pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Government considers capping councils' liability for covering costs of shonky building work; MBIE hesitant, builders supportive, insurers want risks mitigated
The cost of building industry guarantees and insurance could hit homeowners in the pocket, according to the Insurance Council of New Zealand
25th Apr 19, 8:00am
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The cost of building industry guarantees and insurance could hit homeowners in the pocket, according to the Insurance Council of New Zealand
Insurers happy as Government considers different ways of funding Fire and Emergency NZ that don't involve a levy being added to insurance premiums
15th Mar 19, 2:31pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Insurers happy as Government considers different ways of funding Fire and Emergency NZ that don't involve a levy being added to insurance premiums
Local Government New Zealand says up to $14 billion of local government infrastructure is at risk from rising sea levels and climate change
31st Jan 19, 11:12am
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Local Government New Zealand says up to $14 billion of local government infrastructure is at risk from rising sea levels and climate change
Insurance Council of New Zealand cautions those who might be affected by Air New Zealand pre-Christmas strike disruption that their travel insurance might not cover them for financial costs
12th Dec 18, 1:41pm
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Insurance Council of New Zealand cautions those who might be affected by Air New Zealand pre-Christmas strike disruption that their travel insurance might not cover them for financial costs
Ex-Governor-General and High Court Judge Silvia Cartwright to lead public inquiry with 'all the powers of a Royal Commission' into the Earthquake Commission
13th Nov 18, 10:46am
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Ex-Governor-General and High Court Judge Silvia Cartwright to lead public inquiry with 'all the powers of a Royal Commission' into the Earthquake Commission
Insurance Council boss lobbies Government to give insurers same access to proposed Canterbury quake tribunal as homeowners
3rd Aug 18, 10:53am
by Guest
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Insurance Council boss lobbies Government to give insurers same access to proposed Canterbury quake tribunal as homeowners