Entries open for 12th annual ANZIIF New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards

Fifteen award categories open for submission

Entries open for 12th annual ANZIIF New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards

Insurance News

By Roxanne Libatique

The Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF) is currently accepting entries for the 12th instalment of its New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards.

The awards recognise the contributions and successes of both individuals and organisations within the insurance industry in New Zealand.

“We are thrilled to announce that submissions for the New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards are now open,” said ANZIIF CEO Katrina Shanks.

What to expect from the 12th ANZIIF New Zealand Insurance Industry A 

In 2024, there will be 15 different award categories open for submission, covering various areas of the industry such as general insurance, life insurance, broking, claims, underwriting, insurtech, as well as professional services and service providers.

“Industry awards are not just recognition; they are validation from our peers, acknowledging our commitment to excellence and innovation. Winning an industry award serves as a testament to our relentless pursuit of quality and customer satisfaction in the sector. We look forward to receiving your submissions,” Shanks said.

ANZIIF New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards

The New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards are designed to showcase exceptional achievements across the entire spectrum of the insurance industry in New Zealand.

The awards are open to every organisation within the insurance value chain, focusing on encouraging diversity and inclusion, as well as promoting advancements in environmental, social, and governance practices.

“Individuals are recognised across three prestigious categories that celebrate outstanding contributions, leadership, passion, and dedication to professionalism,” ANZIIF said.

Judging process

The selection process for the awards involves a panel of industry experts who independently assess each entry and make their selections under the guidance of an independent auditor.

Judges, who are bound to maintain confidentiality, must avoid any conflicts of interest during their evaluations.

An external auditor is present during the judging session to ensure the process’s fairness and confidentiality.

“We recognise and understand the sensitive nature of the information provided in your submission. With this in mind, there are systems in place to ensure confidentiality at every stage of the judging process,” ANZIIF said.

The deadline for submissions is set for Friday, July 12.

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