Fidelity Life has announced that it is waiving policy fees “for life” on new eligible policies as part of the insurer’s campaign to help more Kiwis recognise the benefits of life insurance.
The insurer, which is the largest locally owned firm in Aotearoa, said that this offer is eligible for new Fidelity Life policies that are generated between June 1 and Aug. 31, 2023, with certain terms and conditions applying.
In a news release, Fidelity Life chief customer officer Peter Doherty (pictured) said that the offer is one of the insurer’s ways of helping more New Zealanders have greater long-term certainty.
“We’re focused on closing the under-insurance gap. We know around 70% of New Zealanders are under-insured and that means many of our friends, colleagues and family are exposed to risk if the unexpected were to happen,” Doherty said. “We’re here for the long term good of New Zealand, and waiving policy fees for life is one way we’re helping more New Zealanders protect their lives and livelihoods.”
Elsewhere for Fidelity Life, the insurer also recently announced the appointments of Ruth Goldwater and Jacqui Allwright as acting chief operating officer and active chief people officer, respectively.
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