17.04.2014 08:00 pmMilestone Group
Zurich is one of the world’s leading insurance groups, and one of the few to operate on a global basis. Its General Insurance and Global Life business in Australia and New Zealand works through agents, banks and brokers to deliver a wide range of insurance and savings solutions to its 21 million individual, commercial and corporate customers in Australia and New Zealand.
The company has had a presence in Australia since 1961, and its Australian life business continues to receive accolades for delivering market leading service, innovative products and outstanding value. Because of the countries’ young professionals and high net-worth customers, the Australian and New Zealand life market offers a significant potential for growth, and more than 1,200 employees are now servicing those customers in Australia and New Zealand.
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