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Vero wins Intermediated Insurance Company of the Year

Vero wins Intermediated Insurance Company of the Year at 2016 ANZIIF Awards


Vero Insurance was awarded Intermediated Insurance Company of the Year at the 5th annual New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards, held last night at SKYCITY in Auckland.

The award recognises Vero’s strong performance and outstanding service to its customers in New Zealand. This is the second year running that Vero has received this award.

“We’re thrilled to receive this award, which demonstrates our commitment to putting our customers first,” said Paul Smeaton, Chief Executive of Suncorp New Zealand which includes the Vero brand.

Mr Smeaton said 2015/16 had seen the announcement of a partnership with Warehouse Money, further progress in Canterbury, and a continued commitment to putting customers at the forefront.

“In 2016 we changed our operating model to build a more resilient, customer-centric business, and we created a vision to be the number one choice for New Zealanders,” he said.
“We’re committed to giving more New Zealanders access to high-value, affordable insurance products.”

Mr Smeaton thanked Vero’s intermediated business partners for their ongoing support, saying they play a major part in the success of the business.

“This award reflects our commitment to our customers, our strong relationships with our business partners and the hard work and dedication of our people.”

About the ANZIIF Awards
The ANZIIF New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards are a celebration of success across the industry, and an opportunity to reflect on the significant contribution our industry makes to the wider community.

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