Making it work — the case for RPL

By Anna Game-Lopata — ANZIIF Writer | 12 Aug 2020
  • Claims
  • General Insurance
  • Insurance Broking
  • Reinsurance
  • Risk Management

For Simon Grigg, who never enjoyed studying, the thought was daunting.

But as a loss adjuster specialising in on-sold claims at New Zealand’s Earthquake Commission (EQC) Grigg had decided it would be beneficial to get his Diploma.

‘I was essentially already loss adjusting, just without the qualification,’ says Grigg, who loves assisting claimants with little to no understanding of how an insurance claim works.

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