Clarification regarding NBR article
Auckland, 18 September 2015 – An article printed in today’s National Business Review (NBR) magazine with the headline “Vero subsidiary ordered to pay up” has created confusion for some.
The article refers to “Vero subsidiary AAI” but the court case which is being reported on relates to an Australian company called “AAI Limited”. AAI Limited should not be confused with AA Insurance Limited, which is a joint venture between the NZ Automobile Association and Vero Insurance New Zealand Limited.
Both AAI Limited and Vero Insurance New Zealand Ltd are part of the Suncorp Group of Companies.
AAI Limited is an Australian company and part of the Suncorp Group rather than a subsidiary of Vero.
About AA Insurance
AA Insurance is an independently operated, New Zealand-based joint venture between the New Zealand Automobile Association (NZAA) and Suncorp Group. We have demonstrated trusted expertise in home, contents and car insurance in New Zealand since 1994. We underwrite our own policies and sell direct to New Zealanders. Our more than 700 staff look after nearly 375,000 customers with over 710,000 policies.
We proudly partner with Eden Park, support youth charity Blue Light, and have been consistently recognised by: Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands (since 2011), NZ Insurance Industry Awards (since 2012), IBM Kenexa Best Workplaces Survey (since 2008), Canstar Blue Most Satisfied Customers (2011-2016), and the Colmar Brunton Corporate Reputation Index (since 2015) that recognises New Zealand’s most successful companies.
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Nicole Steven, Botica Butler Raudon Partners, (09) 303 3867, 021 025 31886 or email email@example.com
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