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FSC welcomes nib as a new member

03 April 2018

FSC welcomes nib as a new member

The FSC welcomes nib New Zealand as a new member. The addition brings the total number of FSC members to 33, including seven new members since February 2017.

“The continued growth in membership reflects the solid progress made establishing the FSC as a trusted industry body intent on doing the best for members, consumers, the broader industry and the New Zealand community”, said FSC CEO, Richard Klipin.

“We welcome nib NZ limited and look forward to working with all our members as we continue to implement our strategy in 2018.”

nib New Zealand Chief Executive Officer, Rob Hennin, said “we are excited to join the FSC and become part of the conversation to drive further innovation in our industry for the benefit of all New Zealand consumers.”

As the voice of the Financial Services industry, the FSC advocates for a strong and robust financial services industry that serves the New Zealand community.

With the inclusion of nib New Zealand, the FSC recognises the need to work with a wide range financial services organisations to build a sustainable, growing market delivering strong consumer outcomes.

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