Company Overview of IAG (NZ) Holdings Limited
IAG (NZ) Holdings Limited, through its subsidiaries, provides general insurance underwriting services in New Zealand. It offers a range of personal and commercial insurance products, including domestic home, content and motor vehicle, commercial vehicle and property, and marine cargo insurance. IAG (NZ) Holdings Limited was formerly known as NRMA (NZ) Holdings Limited and changed its name to IAG (NZ) Holdings Limited on September 9, 2002. The company was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Auckland, New Zealand. IAG (NZ) Holdings Limited operates as a subsidiary of IAG International Pty Limited.
1 Fanshawe Street
Founded in 2001
64 9 969 6000
64 4 969 7280
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