Christchurch earthquake closes office

[ Tuesday, 22 February 2011 ]

Fidelity Life's office will be closed indefinitely
Today's earthquake in Christchurch



Message for our advisers and policyholders about the latest earthquake in Christchurch

Sadly, we learnt of another big earthquake in Christchurch.Our thoughts and sympathies are with our policyholders, advisers, staff and their families in the Canterbury area who have been affected by this terrifying event.

We are keen to offer our practical support and assistance.

Unfortunately, our Christchurch office has suffered considerable damage and will be closed until further notice. Fortunately no one was injured, but we are unable to predict when we will be able to reopen the office.

Meanwhile, our website and offices in Auckland and Wellington are available to assist you as usual.

Please phone 0800 882288 for Auckland or 0800 955433 for Wellington.

John Smith
Company Actuary




22 February 2011

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