Insurance Council of New Zealand
The Insurance Council of New Zealand (ICNZ) was established in 1895 to represent the fire and general insurance industry in New Zealand.
The Insurance Council is governed by a Board of 10 members, appointed annually at the AGM. The Council aims to assist members in key areas affecting their business through effective advocacy and communication.
ICNZ plays an active role in representing the insurance industry. Our members are all licensed under the Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Act 2010 and are signatories to the Fair Insurance Code that requires insurers to act ethically. The Council also performs an important role in informing and educating consumers about key insurance issues and risks.
Insurance Council Annual Review 2013
2013 was a year of growth for the Insurance Council reflecting the value insurers see in being members of an organisation that provides the means of dealing with issues that are more effectively and efficiently handled on a collective basis. Download 2013 Annual Review
A Short Guide to the General Insurance Industry in New Zealand
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the general insurance industry in New Zealand and the vital role it plays in supporting the economy and society. Download General Insurance Handbook
Challenges for the Insurance Industry in 2014
Tim Grafton, CEO of the Insurance Council of New Zealand, discusses with Insurance Business Online New Zealand the changes and challenges for the industry in 2014. View video