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Rothbury Wins the Trifecta at Insurance Industry Awards

Rothbury Wins the Trifecta at Insurance Industry Awards

Rothbury Insurance Brokers won the trifecta at the New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards held at Sky City last night.

Rothbury was named Large Broking Company of the Year for the fourth year running and received the Learning Program of the Year Award for its Sales Training Program, in addition to Hawke’s Bay Branch Leader Kim Matthews being named Broking Professional of the Year.

Rothbury Managing Director Roger Abel said, “Winning all three awards is very humbling. I’m very proud of the team and what we’ve achieved. Providing a consistently high level of service to our clients is the driving force behind everything we do at Rothbury and we’re delighted to have industry recognition for the work we’re doing.”

“We put our Sales Training Program in place to upskill our brokers and help them become more sales focused as well as assist branch leaders to be sales coaches, and it’s had a huge impact.”

“I’d personally like to congratulate Kim on being named Broking Professional of the Year. Our culture and people are very important to us and the reason for our success. Kim is a great role model and really deserves this award.”

The New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards are run by the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF). The Large Insurance Broking Company award is for insurance broking companies who have demonstrated strong performance and outstanding service for their New Zealand clients. Only companies with a gross written premium over $50 million or revenue over $15 million are eligible for this award. The Insurance Learning Program of the Year award recognises the efforts of organisations that have demonstrated a genuine commitment to improving the professionalism of their people through the development and launch of a learning program. The Broking Professional of the Year is open to any experienced individual broker who has consistently demonstrated outstanding achievement as an insurance broker throughout their career in New Zealand, adding value for customer, colleagues and their employer.


ENDS


About Rothbury – www.rothbury.co.nz

Established in 1950, Rothbury is today one of New Zealand’s leading insurance broking groups with 16 broking locations nationwide and 40,000 clients serviced by over 250 staff. Rothbury was the winner of the Large Broking Company of the Year at the New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and a finalist in the IBM Kenexa Best Workplaces Awards each year from 2013 to 2016.

Rothbury delivers commercial insurance solutions to small, medium and large enterprises and protects the assets of thousands of individuals. Rothbury prides itself on providing personalised service, smart solutions, quick action and commitment. The company’s ownership structure offers clients the security of a larger firm with the commitment of a local owner.

Along with broking services, Rothbury also owns a number of underwriting agencies including Classic Cover, Covi Insurance and Go Cover Car Insurance. Through its partnership with Lifetime Group, Rothbury offers advice on loans, life insurance, investment and mortgage solutions.

Rothbury is a member of The Steadfast Group, the largest general insurance broker network in Australia and New Zealand. Comprised of 350+ brokerages with 1200+ offices, the group generated around A$6 billion in sales in FY2017.


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