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  • Burglary & Theft Claims On The Rise


    In recent years, New Zealand has witnessed a concerning surge in commercial crime, with burglary topping the list of insurance claims. According to data from NZI Insurance, commercial crime claims rose by a significant 26% last year, with Auckland bearing the brunt of this increase, accounting for 37% of the claims. This alarming trend underscores the pressing need for businesses across the country to fortify their defences against theft and burglary.

  • Valencia Fire & ACP Sheets


    On February 22, a fire swept through a 14-story apartment block in the Campanar neighborhood of Valencia, Spain. Within minutes the entire building was engulfed in flames, and so far 10 people have died.

  • New Year, New Insurance?


    It’s that time of year when everyone is back at work, the kids are back at school, and the shine of the New Year has started to wear off. Many of us have made resolutions that we’re still trying to keep, and perhaps you’ve made a list of things you would like to achieve this year. Maybe you want to start saving for that new extension or a new family holiday. It could be that you want to explore the property market and the investment opportunities there might be. Or maybe 2024 is the year you’re going to launch or expand your business.

  • As 2023 draws to a close


    As 2023 draws to a close, I’m sure many of you are looking forward to a break and some time away with family and friends – a chance to recharge the batteries, reflect on the year that’s been and look forward to the year ahead.

  • Why AIB Group Insurance - Personal Lines


    Our goal as your insurance broker is to save you time, effort, and energy when it comes to handling your insurance claims and policies. We do all the hard work to ensure you receive the best advice and find the right insurance company to engage with, and we also negotiate premium terms on your behalf for any policy you take with us.

  • Insurance Market Commentary


    As we enter the last quarter of 2023 and look ahead to the next 12 months and beyond it’s worthwhile to reflect on what we see and plan ahead.

  • Contract Works Insurance


    Contract works insurance, also known as Construction All Risks Insurance (CAR insurance), provides coverage for various risks associated with construction projects, such as new builds, renovations, property alterations, extensions, and plant or machinery installs.

  • Do I Need Professional Indemnity Insurance?


    If your business offers professional advice, design and/or professional specifications to your clients you inherently have an exposure to claims, or accusations of errors or omissions involving your business and the advice provided. The costs for these claims can be high, well into the millions, so having professional indemnity insurance attached to your liability policy package is one of the best steps you can take to protect yourself and your business.

  • The importance of insurance valuations


    At AIB Insurance one of our key aims for all of our customers is to ensure they are adequately insured. This not only means making sure they’ve got the right things covered, such as their house and contents, vehicles, business etc., but that they also have the right amount of cover for each of their policies.

  • Commercial Property Owners and Business Owners

    Let's explore the importance of both Statutory Liability and Directors & Officers (D&O) cover working together.

  • Statutory Liability Cover


    New Zealand is a great place to run a business but there are many rules and regulations that dictate what you can and can’t do, and navigating these can be complicated and challenging. While most Kiwi businesses intend to comply with New Zealand law, there are many cases of businesses unintentionally breaching these rules, which can result in consequences that make continuing to run the business difficult.

  • Directors and Officers Liability Insurance


    New Zealand is a great place to run a business. In fact, we’ve been ranked as the number one country to start and run a business four years in a row. But that’s not to say there aren’t still significant challenges and risks involved, especially for company Directors and Officers.