My number one focus is to get to know you.
It’s critical I fully understand the risks you face and the environment you work in. Through this and an understanding of your risk appetite, I can tailor an insurance programme that suits your needs.
“There is no decision we can make that doesn’t come with some sort of balance or sacrifice.” – Simon Sinek.
I really like this saying as it explains the obvious relationship between price and quality. You get what you pay for!
Price is important, but it’s certainly not everything. In some cases it’s better to participate in a scheme or a buying group to get the benefits of bulk buying. However there is nothing wrong with the traditional broking service of checking the market and using our strong relationships with insurers to get you the best deal
One of the best parts of being an insurance Broker, is the enjoyment of building long term relationships with my clients. I have been in Northland now since 2003 and this is where I spend most of my week, also attending to some clients in Auckland and the North Shore. I get a real buzz out of getting to meet new people and becoming their go-to person for insurance.
What am I and what I am not!
- I am a Risk Advisor and Advocate for you, not a salesperson
- I want to get to know you, not sell you insurance products
- I provide great service, all the time, not when it suits
- Price is always important, but its not everything
- I want to have a long term business relationship with you, not just pick up your business and then focus on the next client
- I charge industry standard documentation fees, not a standard percentage to keep my trips to Rarotonga regular
- I want to give back to the community and become a responsible local business, not send profits offshore
- I want to do all your insurances. I might not make a huge amount of money out of doing your sons car insurance, but I want to be your broker
- I want to introduce you to some great people I know that also have the same ethics and standards I do. I don’t have referral networks. I have colleagues and peers that can help you if you need it