What do these house insurance changes mean for ANZ customers?
If you are an existing ANZ house insurance customer and your policy comes up for renewal on or before 30 June 2013, you can still renew your policy as full replacement cover based on the floor area of your home. If your policy comes up for renewal from 1 July 2013 onwards, you can only renew your policy as replacement cover based on a 'sum insured' amount.
Our dedicated Insurance Hub contains a lot more information on this change and you will also receive further information with your renewal pack.
ANZ Asset Protector – Home Buildings
Serious damage to your home is not only expensive, it can be disruptive to your family, your lifestyle and maybe even your business. In most cases, as well as paying to repair or rebuild your home, ANZ Asset Protector - Home Buildings includes a range of extra benefits that help make getting back to normal as simple and stress-free as possible.
How it works
With ANZ Asset Protector - Home Buildings, we'll pay the full replacement value of accidental damage to your home, up to the sum insured, plus GST.
- retaining walls
- permanent swimming pools or spas.
How to apply
For more information or to apply for ANZ Asset Protector – Home Buildings contact an ANZ Customer Service Consultant:
IMPORTANT: This is a summary only of the cover and features that may be available. For full details of the terms, conditions and exclusions please refer to the policy document (PDF 996kB) or visit any ANZ branch or call 0800 269 296.
All ANZ Asset Protector policies are underwritten by Vero Insurance New Zealand Limited and distributed through ANZ.
No member of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited or its related companies or any other person guarantees Vero Insurance New Zealand Limited or its subsidiaries or any of the products issued by them. ANZ may receive a commission on any policy it arranges.
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