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Disaster recovery: planning for the unplannable

Establishing a Disaster Recovery Plan before it’s required, is crucial to business continuity and recovery after an earthquake or other disaster.

Whanganui buildings: risk at the river’s edge

Whanganui faces tough decisions as it grapples with the cost of strengthening buildings in its heritage-filled city centre, and better preparing for future floods.

Supporting a vital service for Northland

Crombie Lockwood is a long time insurance partner to Northland Emergency Services Trust, with one team member having had personal experience of this lifeline.

Brexit - what it means for New Zealand exporters

Crombie Lockwood experts provide tips for New Zealand exporters, as the UK's deadline rapidly approaches for a deal or no deal Brexit.

Commercial construction and tourism driving Auckland growth

New Zealand’s largest city continues on a roll, but growing pains could still undermine the boom times for Auckland.

Innovative pest control system protecting Taranaki environment

Pete Morresey’s innovative possum traps have become a central component in the fight to preserve Taranaki’s flora and fauna.

Building on solid foundations

In New Zealand's rapidly-growing and changing construction sector the need for the building industry to ensure robust risk coverage is greater than ever.

Driverless cars and motor vehicle insurance

If a driverless car has an accident who is at fault? And what does this mean for the future of motor vehicle insurance?

Flox on the art of business

Auckland Artist Flox talks about the importance of a business plan, and her work with Crombie Lockwood.

Out of the blue: cybercrime

Our cyber practice expert Elizabeth Harbison says that misconceptions of cybercrime mean many NZ companies are leaving themselves open to tremendous risk.

Crombie Lockwood signs on to save kiwi

Crombie Lockwood and Kiwis for kiwi have announced a partnership to reverse the population decline of New Zealand’s most iconic native bird.

Bouncing back from a cyber-attack

Auckland business owner and Crombie Lockwood client Steve Osborn talks about his company's experience of a cyber-attack and the process of recovery.

Directing the future of business

In the dynamic Waikato business community, the Institute of Directors plays a significant part in helping develop new connections among those seeking roles in governance.

CrestClean: client profile

CrestClean is a thriving New Zealand business success story, with a strong interest in environmental sustainability and an eye for the interests of franchisees.

Review of 'unfair' FENZ funding model welcomed 

The Insurance Council of New Zealand and Internal Affairs Minister, Tracey Martin, applaud government review of current levy funding regime.

Gallagher named one of World’s Most Ethical Companies

The parent company of Crombie Lockwood, Gallagher, has been named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies in 2019 by the Ethisphere Institute.

Supporting Queenstown's hospitality industry

Rising stars are set to shine at the Restaurant Association of New Zealand’s annual Queenstown Hospitality Awards.

Tauranga branch volunteers proud to support Waipuna Hospice

For more than 12 years, Crombie Lockwood Tauranga staff members have been involved in all types of voluntary work to support the operation of the...

Terrorism clauses scrutinised in wake of Christchurch mosque attacks

In the aftermath of terrorist attacks on two Christchurch mosques in March, Crombie Lockwood worked closely with clients to assess their needs.

Our client satisfaction scorecard

At Crombie Lockwood, we aspire to deliver an outstanding client experience. We use Net Promoter Score (NPS®) to help monitor and improve our service.

Farm accommodation legislation workshops

Rural businesses who provide farm accommodation are invited to attend a free workshop on their obligations under related legislation.

Sirocco the kakapo

Showing our support for Sirocco the kakapo. At Crombie Lockwood we can arrange animal insurance for virtually any precious animal: even famous birds.

World’s most ethical company

We are very proud of Gallagher being named a 2018 World’s Most Ethical Company and the only insurance broker recognized by the Ethisphere Institute.

Boston Marks aviation brokers join Gallagher group

BMG Aviation - Boston Marks insurance brokers & their associates join Gallagher & Crombie Lockwood’s growing family of insurance professionals.

Maintaining personal security overseas

Whether on a short business trip or a longer assignment, there are steps you can take to reduce the risks you may face.

Benefit of cyber cover

Why do I need cyber insurance? A team of recovery experts at your fingertips to sort things after an attack.

How can charities avoid underinsurance?

As a trustee you have a duty of care. Yet underinsurance is a problem faced by many charities. Our specialist brokers can help.

Major events: planning for the unexpected

Major events carry substantial risks for cancellation or postponement due to weather, and issues like construction delays.

Manawatu help revamp aviary for Kiwi breeding

Over the course of three busy days, Palmerston North Brokers, Centralised Claims Team and Monument Finance descended on Pukaha Mt Bruce Wildlife Centre as part...

Dunedin's volunteer day

Dunedin branch traded proposals and wordings for gardening gloves and shovels at Sinclair Wetlands earlier this month.

Foal competition

Go into the draw to win $1,000 worth of Dunstan product!

Claims advocacy working at its hardest

Crombie Lockwood’s claims team set the standard for earthquake claims management and resolution after Christchurch’s devastating earthquake on 22 February 2011.

Soft markets and hard markets – what does it mean

What do soft and hard markets mean for you in terms of insurance cover, benefits and cost of insurance premiums?

Sums Insured – keeping up to date is the only way to be fully covered

Under-estimating total sums insured insurance could leave you underinsured and open to another disaster.

Takapuna team settling into their new office

Takapuna insurance team are now in an eye-catching building at 15 Huron Street on Auckland’s North Shore.

What makes our indemnity period different

Business interruption insurance carries a sum insured & maximum indemnity period. Don’t be limited by your BI.

Soft markets and hard markets – what does it mean

What do soft & hard markets mean for you in terms of insurance cover, benefits & cost of insurance premiums?

Natural disaster insurance excess

Insurance for natural disasters, insurance excess, natural disaster cover, insurance claim, making an insurance claim.

New Zealand – second in the world for natural disaster costs

New Zealand is ranked as the 2nd riskiest country in the world when it comes to natural disasters, but we’re the 4th best protected.

Not just ecommerce businesses at risk

Is your business CyberSAFE? 25% of New Zealand businesses have had a cyber attack in the past 12 months. Everyone’s a cyber target.

Motor fleet – managing premium increases

Commercial vehicles are constantly on the go. We deliver fleet insurance while keeping rising premiums under control.

Insurance careers suit all ages

Working as an insurance broker you make personal and professional contributions to the communities you serve.
The rewards are numerous.

Fake Invoices Scam

Is your business CyberSAFE? New Zealanders are told to be cautious after Netsafe reported an increase in the number of fake invoice scams.

Disaster Recovery Must-dos

Find out what to do during and immediately after a natural disaster. Firstly, for any type of natural disaster you need a plan. Afterwards, contact...

You’ve heard of phishing but what is whaling?

Good cyber risk management from Crombie Lockwood can cover you when you’ve been caught by phishing, whaling and scammer emails.

Benefits of cyber cover for business

Why do I need cyber insurance? A team of recovery experts at your fingertips to sort things after an attack.

Fire service levies

Fire Service Levies - the funding for New Zealand's 14,000 fire-fighters and the 62,000 callouts they answer each year – they’re set to rise. What’s...

Update on Fire Service levies and reforms June 2017

Fire Service Levies and Reforms Updated June 2017