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FMG Post |Backbone podcast: the businesses that built rural New Zealand FMG’s General Manager of People and Culture, and Communication Pete Frizzell talks to Andy Whitson of Farmers Weekly for its podcast series Backbone - the businesses that built rural New Zealand.
Media release |Kiwifruit, managing risk and reinsurance FMG’s Head of Reinsurance Chris Bailey explains the complexities involved in offering hail cover this growing season.
Life & Health |A Q & A with Gill Rolfe, nurse with Melanoma New Zealand Gill discusses her role and a new partnership with FMG. Gill emigrated to New Zealand nearly 20 years ago with her husband, Terry, and youngest son. They live in Kaukapakapa on the Kaipara coast on a small lifestyle block.
Advice |Fed Talks: Cybercrime - rural communities at risk As part of the Fed Talks podcast series, FMG's Manager Advice Services Stephen Cantwell joins Jonathan Berry from security firm InPhySec to talk about cyber security cybercrime amidst the growing concerns about just how not secure we are.
Advice |‘Putting the heat on’ to install fire extinguishers Faced with choosing between what you must do and what you could do, it was lucky for Jason Kowaleski that he chose both.
Lifestyle blocks |27 years of lifestyle block experience Roger Dunn's become a bit of an evangelist when it comes to native tree planting, animal welfare and pest control. He has 27 years of lifestyle block experience to share.
Advice |FMG helping Angus beef farmers stay a step ahead FMG understands how important it is to support Angus cattle farmers to protect their assets as well as to be there to support when things go wrong.
Client stories |Canterbury farmers rally following a brutal winter After a devastating winter for the Canterbury region with major flooding, COVID-19 restrictions and more, FMG client Crispin Deans has shown what it means to be resilient.
Media release |Birds causing carnage when it comes to rural insurance Just like in the Alfred Hitchcock movie, birds are wreaking havoc when it comes to rural insurance causing $4 million in claims over the last three years says FMG.