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15 Aug 2019

The Insurance Council of New Zealand is urging property buyers in Canterbury to do thorough due diligence before buying a property. It’s also urging current owners to put any payments received from the government towards properly...

14 Aug 2019

With the busy late-winter travel period getting underway, ICNZ is reminding all travellers that the best time to sort their travel insurance is when they book their tickets – and to make sure they know what they’re covered for...

03 Jul 2019

The decision of the Supreme Court in the IAG v Xu case, released today, has affirmed long-held legal principles regarding assignment law, ICNZ has said. The Supreme Court’s decision has provided definitive confirmation that an...

24 Jun 2019

People who take out general insurance do get a fair deal from their insurer, contrary to Consumer NZ’s assertion that they don’t, said Insurance Council of NZ CEO, Tim Grafton. His comments come in response to a Consumer NZ...

08 May 2019

ICNZ is pleased to see the Government introduce their Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill to parliament today. ICNZ supports the Bill and is committed to working with government on understanding and adapting to...

17 Apr 2019

The Insurance Council of New Zealand is reminding motorists to be careful and not take risks ahead of Easter weekend, especially when it comes to using their phones. “This is a busy time of year for car accidents,” said ICNZ...

27 Mar 2019

The Insurance Council of NZ (ICNZ) has today put out storm preparation and flood recovery tips for those affected by the severe wet weather that's battered the West Coast and is now moving up the country. A State of Emergency...

21 Mar 2019

To understand what is happening to insurance in Wellington, it’s worth reflecting that the November 2016 Kaikōura earthquake caused about $1.5 billion of insured losses in the city. That’s from an event with an epi-centre about...

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