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Introducing Aon’s NFP Insurance Puzzle Solver


Tuesday, 10th May 2016 at 9:34 am
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Aon, leading insurance broker and endorsed insurance partner for key Australian Not for Profit organisations, is pleased to launch a new online tool, the Insurance Puzzle Solver, to help NFPs better understand, identify and apply for the right cover.

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Introducing Aon’s NFP Insurance Puzzle Solver
Tuesday, 10th May 2016 at 9:34 am

Aon, leading insurance broker and endorsed insurance partner for key Australian Not for Profit organisations, is pleased to launch a new online tool, the Insurance Puzzle Solver, to help NFPs better understand, identify and apply for the right cover.

Is your organisation missing a piece of the Insurance Puzzle? Are you paying for insurance cover you don’t need?

With 30 years experience protecting NFP organisations, Aon are the endorsed insurance partner for Volunteering Australia, NCOSS and CTO. Aon are committed to helping NFPs, community organisations and charities find the right insurance coverage to keep your organisation, volunteers and employees protected while doing their good work.

Over the past year, NFP customers have given us the feedback that organising insurance is a daunting and confusing experience. Too many risks to consider, too many cover options, complicated jargon-led questions and cumbersome paperwork to complete. This is confronting and can make you question whether you’ve made the right decisions about your insurance and if your organisation will actually be covered in the event of a claim.

The solution? The Aon Insurance Puzzle Solver.

Looking at the risks faced and insurance covers held by our NFP customers, we were able to establish the six key Insurance Puzzle Pieces and create a quick, interactive and customer-friendly online tool to help you put together the right pieces of your insurance puzzle.

 Aon Insurance Puzzle Solver

How does the Insurance Puzzle Solver work?

Simply answer 10 yes or no questions and the Puzzle Solver will recommend the insurance covers best suited to your organisation and give you the choice to; apply for those covers online, receive a phone call from our NFP team or receive the appropriate forms via email.

Our Insurance Puzzle Solver takes into account that all NFPs are unique, so while one may require Public Liability and Volunteer Personal Accident another may require a different combination.

Identifying the right covers and tailoring your policy can give your organisation confidence it’s adequately covered in the event of a claim and potentially offer a cost saving by not having to pay for covers you don’t need.

Find out the coverage your NFP organisation needs, by trying our Insurance Puzzle Solver today.

Why else should you consider Aon?

  • a dedicated NFP insurance team with 30 years NFP sector experience – you can trust you’re getting the right insurance
  • your partner during a claim – we help through the process of settling a claim with our insurer, should the worst happen
  • expert advice – during purchase and renewal, to ensure that you’re not under or over-insured, we’ll make sure you have the right pieces of your NFP Insurance Puzzle
  • no forms at renewal – if your turnover hasn’t increased >20 per cent, you’ve had no claims in the past year and your organisational activities remain mostly the same.

 Aon Insurance Puzzle Solver



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