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,
What we do
We are dedicated to
- working with stakeholders and consumers to help New Zealanders better people understand and benefit from general insurance
- promoting and advocating for a responsive and sustainable sector to safeguard New Zealanders
- New Zealanders have trust and confidence in 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.