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When it comes to risk mitigation, taking a 360-degree view of your business is important. How would your company cope if you suddenly couldn’t use your premises or your equipment?


Commercial Fire & General Insurance comes in different shapes and sizes, each designed to protect your key business assets (including your contents, buildings, stock or vehicles) from losses due to natural disasters, fire, theft or burglary.

After all, your premises and equipment are pivotal to the running of your business. If your commercial property was declared unsafe due to earthquake damage, would you be able to run your business from a temporary location? And if some key business tools were stolen, how long would it take to replace them? Could you keep your operations going?

Commercial Fire & General Insurance exists to help you minimise the impact of these types of scenarios, so you can feel safe in the knowledge that your business’ future is protected.


How we can help you

Our Bonded NZ team are in the business of helping New Zealand businesses protect their assets from future loss. And we do so by understanding what your needs and goals are, to ensure that your Fire & General Insurance protection is fit for purpose.

With our experienced and knowledgeable guidance, you can structure your cover to get maximum protection at a sustainable price point. Get in touch with our team today to get the conversation started.

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