Monday, November 18, 2019

Tag: FSC

FSC Reports Solid Membership Growth

The Financial Services Council has reported solid growth across its activities, including membership growth of 60 percent. As of 1 November 2019, the FSC has...

Research Shows Where Kiwis Find and Buy Insurance

Kiwis prefer to find out about insurance products online but tend to buy them offline through an adviser or at a bank branch, according...

Government Announces Conduct Licensing Regime for Insurers and Banks

The Government has announced a new regime to regulate financial conduct, which it says will make banks and insurers treat their customers fairly. Commerce and...

Poll Results – It’s a Draw

Our latest poll explored whether you found clients to be more critical about the value of income protection and critical illness insurance compared to...

Latest Poll – Perceptions of Cover 

Our latest poll asks whether your clients appear to be more critical about the value of income protection and critical illness insurance versus life...

Research Reveals Consumer Perception of Life Insurance Types

Life insurance is seen by consumers as a more black and white process and easier to make a claim, compared with critical illness and...

Regulators Disappointed With Sector’s ‘Weak Appetite’ For Change

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand and Financial Markets Authority have voiced their disappointment with life insurers’ responses to the joint Conduct and Culture...

Claims Experience Changes Kiwis’ View of Life Insurance for the Better

How New Zealanders view life insurance, the sector and their experiences of it, has been revealed in the latest research commissioned by the Financial...

Financial Services Council 2019 Award Winners

The industry’s top talent was recognised at the Financial Services Council 2019 Awards, held at a Gala dinner, as part of its Towards Wellbeing...

FSC Research to Highlight Importance of Advisers

The Financial Services Council will launch its second piece of research into the insurance sector ‘Moments of Truth’ at its ‘Towards Wellbeing’ conference on...