News & Events
Total claims paid since inception $278 million with in-force policies increasing by 21% and underlying profit up 76%.
Leading New Zealand insurer Partners Life reported a record underlying insurance profit of $22.0m for the financial year ended 31 March 2018, up 76% from $12.5m in the previous year. The result was driven by the continued profitable growth of Partners Life’s book of in-force policies, which grew 21% to $251m following a record year of new business sales of $49m.
Another 5 star Rating in this year's Lewers Survey for Partners Life
We are incredibly humbled, and proud, to receive a 5 Star rating from the Lewers Survey for the 8th year in a row! We are once again the only company to receive a 5 Star rating meaning we have topped the survey yet again.
Partners Life is excited to be the principal sponsor to this educational 'first' for New Zealand
The travelling global exhibition BODY WORLDS Vital is a sight to behold, and in April this year, when the exhibition opens in Auckland, Kiwis will be given an eye-opening look at human anatomy, to see up close how our lifestyles truly affect our bodies. One hundred and fifty donated human specimens have gone through a meticulous 12-month process of ‘plastination’, and the resultant specimens demonstrate how life decisions impact anatomical health.
Former stock exchange boss Tim Bennett is to join the Board of insurance firm Partners Life.
Partners Life is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Bennett as a Non-Executive, Independent Director to the Boards of Partners Group Holdings Limited and Partners Life Limited with effect from 18 December 2017. Tim will be replacing Sam Knowles who has decided to step down following 5.5 years, the majority of which was as Chairman.
Partners Life has been named as a finalist in the Medium – Large Workplace category of the 2017 IBM Best Workplaces Awards, based on New Zealand's largest and longest running study of workplace climate and employee engagement. The Best Workplaces Survey identifies the best places to work in New Zealand, as rated by employees.
Over 35,000 employees from 173 organisations, across both private and public sectors, participated in the survey in 2017, providing their perceptions of their workplace, leaders, and aspects of their employment. This year, 43 companies have reached finalist status across five categories; Small, Small-Medium, Medium-Large, Large and Enterprise.