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Cigna NZ announces two new deals

Customers and advisers working with Cigna New Zealand can now take advantage of the life insurer's latest 'good things come in twos' campaign.

Monday, September 13th 2021, 1:45PM

Cigna NZ is offering two months of free cover when customers take out or increase their level of Cigna insurance with the help of an independent financial adviser.

Cigna’s general manager of distribution David Haak says having access to good advice and the right level of cover has never been more important.

"We want to give New Zealanders taking the important step of purchasing or reviewing their cover a helping hand."

And, as a thank you for the significant additional time and effort advisers are putting into supporting their customers, Cigna has also announced they’ll be offering double the servicing commission for two months for all new business and increases sold during the campaign period.

“This offer is just one of the ways Cigna is partnering with advisers across the country to support the important work they do helping New Zealanders to get the right insurance for their needs,” says Haak.

The campaign ends on December 17. For details click here.


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