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Cigna retains high Financial Strength Rating

Cigna New Zealand has announced that A.M. Best has reaffirmed its Financial Strength Rating of A (excellent) and Long-Term Issuer credit rating of "a" - "with stable outlooks".

Monday, March 29th 2021, 2:28PM

Cigna New Zealand chief financial officer Mark Schollum says Cigna is pleased the rating has remained unchanged.

“This is confirmation of Cigna’s strong balance sheet, the underlying long-term sustainability of our business and our strong global backing.

“At Cigna, we’re committed to being here for our customers not only now but in the long-term," Schollum says.

"Having this continued confidence in our business should be reassuring to our advisers and customers in these uncertain times."

Tags: AM Best Cigna

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