Sunday, December 15, 2019

Tag: Nadine Tereora

Fidelity Life and Suncorp Award Wins

Fidelity Life and Suncorp New Zealand have each won awards at the recent 2019 ANZIIF New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards. Fidelity Life was announced as...

Fidelity Life New Chief Customer Officer

Fidelity Life has appointed Pete Doherty as its new Chief Customer Officer, commencing 25 November. Chief Executive, Nadine Tereora, says the CCO role is a...

Fidelity Life Reports Solid FY19 Result

Fidelity Life has reported a solid result for the 2019 financial year as it steps up its customer-focused transformation. The insurer reported a growth in...

Life Insurers Report Back to FMA on Review Findings

Life insurers have submitted their responses to the Financial Markets Authority and Reserve Bank as their 30 June deadline is now over, following the...

Industry Responds to Survey Claiming Insurance Market ‘Not Working For Consumers’

Consumer NZ says consumers are not getting a fair deal, following the results of their latest survey research report ‘Fixing the insurance market’. Consumer NZ...

Fidelity Life Executive Appointment

Fidelity Life has appointed Katherine Johnson as its new Chief Operating Officer, commencing in August 2019. Chief Executive, Nadine Tereora, says Johnson’s wealth of experience...

Commission Cap Concerns

Bruce Cortesi and Darrin Franks, who previously published a new remuneration concept paper (see: New Adviser Remuneration Model Discussion Paper Released...) have voiced their...

Fidelity Life to End Its Offshore Partnership Programme

Fidelity Life is the latest life insurer to announce it will end overseas incentive trips for advisers, namely its Partnership Programme. “The insurance industry is...

AMP Stands Alone in Ending Overseas Incentives

AMP has announced it will no longer offer its only offshore incentive programme for advisers after this year’s intake. Its announcement followed the recent FMA...

Industry Responds to FMA Report on Replacement Business Issues

Various industry stakeholders have responded to the Financial Markets Authority’s investigation into conflicted conduct among life insurance advisers (see: FMA Cracks Down...). The Financial Services...