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Willis Towers Watson has placed and designed Executive and Professional Risk policies since these coverages incepted almost 100 years ago

Building on this tradition, the Financial and Executive Risks (FINEX) division of Willis Towers Watson New Zealand brings together specialists in Financial, Executive and Professional Risks, Mergers and Acquisitions, to offer a tightly coordinated approach for the benefit of our clients.


With expert colleagues from complementary disciplines now working together in Willis Towers Watson FINEX, we are able to maximise our understanding of clients’ businesses. Taking advantage of the synergies in our team, our FINEX colleagues in New Zealand can marshal all of Willis Towers Watson’s global capacity and resources to provide seamless delivery of insurance solutions to our clients.

The New Zealand FINEX team offers specific industry insight and placement experience to fully identify exposures to then design bespoke market solutions. Additionally, by developing an in-depth understanding of our clients’ business, we anticipate future needs and are well placed to work with clients in close partnership. When crucial business decisions are to be made and time is critical, our clients can focus on their business, safe in the knowledge that FINEX will utilise our acquired understanding to act as an extension of the business.

The Willis Towers Watson FINEX team is dedicated to helping clients protect key assets and reduce exposure. From risk identification and insurance analysis to strategic claims management, we provide the experience, thought leadership and market savvy to help make Professional, Financial and Executive risks truly manageable.

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