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Cigna boosts commission

Cigna will double service commission payments to financial advisers through June and July.

Thursday, May 14th 2020, 10:18PM

Gail Costa

Chief executive Gail Costa said it was recognising the efforts that advisers were making to look after customers through the uncertain times of the Covid-19 outbreak.

“As well as adapting to doing business under restrictions and finding new ways of supporting their customers, many have had to navigate their own financial challenges as a result of Covid-19,” she said.

“We hope this initiative will provide some support for advisers as they rebuild alongside the rest of New Zealand.”

This announcement follows the Government’s call to ensure New Zealanders continue to have access to good financial advice in their communities.

“Supporting advisers so that they can continue to provide quality advice for their customers has never been more important,” Costa said.

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