Fidelity Life and nib working together

[ Friday, 1 May 2015 ]

Fidelity Life and nib are joining forces

nib and Fidelity Life work together

nib and Fidelity Life are working together to offer life and health insurance products to New Zealanders

nib and Fidelity Life are working together to enable financial advisers to offer bundled life and health product solutions to New Zealanders through one application.

nib’s Ultimate Health™, Ultimate Health Max™ and Easy Health™ product ranges are exclusively available from financial advisers who can now offer these to customers in conjunction with the full suite of Fidelity Life products.

nib CEO Rob Hennin describes the alliance as “offering advisers an unprecedented breadth of options and reflects our intent to grow the insurance market by providing consumers with real choice and flexibility to meet their individual needs”.

Why nib?

         You choose – with nib you have the freedom to choose when, where, how and by whom you get treated.

         Innovative products – pick what suits you and get cover for the things you need now and not for those you don’t.

         Immediate cover – your cover starts immediately when nib receive your application (subject to waiting periods), or you can choose to start on any date up to six weeks later.

         Claiming is easy – our core business is paying claims and being there for you when you need us most. For some treatments nib can provide pre-approval over the phone or text you with confirmation.

         Excess options – to help you keep premiums in check without sacrificing your cover.

         Payment options – for your convenience nib offer a range of payment options

 

About nib

nib was launched in New Zealand in October 2013 after the Australian-based health insurer purchased Tower Medical Insurance in November 2012. Based in Auckland, the company is New Zealand's second largest health insurer, currently providing cover to over 150,000 New Zealanders. nib is a major sponsor of the Auckland Blues

 

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