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16 Apr 2019

In this issue: Fire service funding review, fire risks in commercial building, insurance risk and pricing, Spotlight on conduct and culture, EQC public inquiry, EQC Act changes.

13 Nov 2018

In this issue: ICNZ welcomes EQC Inquiry, New Zealand takes leadership role in global insurance group, raising awareness of the Fair Insurance Code, improving New Zealander’s financial capability, risk and insurance interactive...

03 Aug 2018

In this issue: Register for ICNZ Conference, Passive Fire Compliance event, and conduct in the insurance sector.

27 Apr 2018

In this issue: Fair Insurance Code review, Fair Insurance Code Compliance Committee changes, insurers welcome review of insurance contracts law, first quarter weather claims $93m, follow us on social media.

16 Aug 2017

In this issue: Kaikōura earthquake 50% settled, commercial building fire cladding, ICNZ Conference, EQC Act Review update, and travel insurance exempt from Fire Service Levy.

31 Mar 2017

In this issue: Majority of November 2016 earthquake claims to be complete by year end, first report on Fair Insurance Code breaches, EQC Act Review update, and taxing the insured.

07 Sep 2016

In this issue: Fire Service review, ICNZ conference, Financial Adviser reforms, and natural hazard protection.

21 May 2016

In this issue: Fire Service review, Treasury reports on underinsurance, Cyber security summit, FAA and FSP Acts review, Review of IPSA, IMF review, and resilient cities.

04 Dec 2015

In this issue: EQC Act must be changed, Fire Service review, FAA and FSP Acts review, ICNZ Conference - Consumer Spotlight, and preparing for rising sea levels.

15 Jun 2015

In this issue: Fire Service review rules out fairest option, insurers agree $100k fine for Fair Insurance Code breach, protecting NZ from natural hazards, travellers warned to declare pre-existing medical conditions, and insurers...

26 Feb 2015

In this issue: New Fair Insurance Code sets high benchmark for general insurance industry self-regulation, enough talking, urgent government action on Fire Service Levy change required, and private insurers pay out $14 billion...