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 It is our mission to promote and shape a responsive and sustainable insurance industry to safeguard New Zealand.

KO TĀ MĀTOU MAHI : Ko tā mātou whainga ko te whakanui, whakaahua anō he ahumahi inihua e kaha utuutu ana ngā hiahia o te iwi, e noho pūmau anō hei korowai inihua mō Aotearoa.


Who we are:

The Insurance Council of New Zealand (ICNZ) is a representative body established in 1895 to represent fire and general insurance companies. We are governed by a Board of 10 members, appointed annually at the AGM.

Our members accept the risks of over NZ$1 trillion of New Zealand’s assets and liabilities. The Council also performs an important role in informing and educating consumers about key insurance issues and risks.

Ko Wai Mātou:

Ko Te Kāhui Inihua o Aotearoa (Te Kāhui) he māngai mō ngā roopu inihua-matua me ngā roopu inihua-ā-ahi o Aotearoa, ā i tīmata ai Te Kāhui i te tau 1895.  

E whakahaerehia ana mātou e tētahi poari. Tekau ngā mema poari e pōti ana i ngā hui-a-tau i a tau, i a tau. Kōtahi tiriona tāra te wāriu o te korowai inihua e horahia nei e ā mātou mema ki runga i a Aotearoa.

He mahi nui anō tā Te Kāhui ki te whakaako i te iwi o Aotearoa mō ngā take inihua,

 

Our Mission, Vision and Values:

Mission: To promote and shape a responsive and sustainable insurance industry to safeguard Aotearoa New Zealand.

Vision: For New Zealanders to have trust and confidence in the insurance industry.

Values: To do what’s right, to set and maintain high standards, to work constructively with all stakeholders, to make things happen and to foster awareness and           understanding of insurance.

How we do it

We do this by

  • Presenting a consumer-centric focus to improve outcomes for consumers of general insurance
  • Developing high quality positions on regulatory issues
  • Pro-actively supporting and advocating for a resilient New Zealand
  • Enhancing the reputation of the general insurance sector
  • Reducing the cost of insurance fraud to policyholders.