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ASB Bank Introduce New Insurance Specialists

ASB Bank Introduce New Insurance Specialists Nationwide


ASB BANK launched a new insurance service today with the introduction of 12 specialist Insurance Managers supporting ASB BANK nationwide.

The ASB BANK Insurance Managers are dedicated to providing specialist advice covering a range of Life, Disability and Health insurance products.

In addition to the experience each Manager has in the insurance industry they have undergone special training in identifying the insurance needs of clients and recommending a personalised solution.

Each region in New Zealand will have a dedicated Manager in addition to dedicated Managers for the Business markets for both individual and group insurance.

This extensive product range is designed to meet individual personal insurance needs and also the special and more complex needs of business customers including company employee group schemes.

James Mitchell, Head of Relationship Banking & Financial Services at ASB BANK says, ASB BANK has been focused on delivering insurance services alongside banking services for a long time.

“We’re now expanding our capability to cater for our customers’ wider insurance needs by providing them with a full range of insurance services.

“The new Insurance Managers are specialists in advising clients on how to use these new services to get the best results.

“Further insurance initiatives will be launched over the coming year as part of our strategy to provide substantial benefits for our customers as a full financial services provider.

“I’m delighted with the leading talent we’ve been able to capture for the new insurance team which comprises both new and familiar faces—the common factor in them all is that each manager has considerable expertise to pass on to ASB BANK customers,” he says.

From South to North the new team comprises of:

Jenny O'Reilly – ASB BANK Insurance Manager
Christchurch

Carolyn Rigarlsford – ASB BANK Insurance Manager
Wellington

Nikki Ratcliffe– ASB BANK Insurance Manager
Central North Insland

David Austin– ASB BANK Insurance Manager
Counties

Dion Jones– ASB BANK Insurance Manager
East Auckland

Ray Willson – ASB BANK Insurance Manager
West Auckland

Nick Torjussen– ASB BANK Insurance Manager
Central Auckland

Arvin Ram – ASB BANK Group Insurance Manager
Auckland

Foster van Gruting– ASB BANK Business Insurance Manager
Auckland

Dave Lewis – ASB BANK Business Insurance Manager
Auckland

Leanne Crean– ASB BANK Insurance Manager
North Harbour

Annette MacKay – ASB BANK Insurance Manager
Whangarei

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