Marking 75 years of success, the 2022 Aon Maadi cup is one for the record books.

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The influx of spectators for the final two days of racing at Lake Ruataniwha was a mere snapshot of what we can expect for 2023. We can’t wait!

Since its early beginnings in Whanganui in 1947 the event has grown to become a true highlight in the New Zealand sporting calendar. Aon is proud to support sport, environment and arts at all levels. As a cornerstone of the New Zealand insurance industry, we have been supporting organisations and communities in all regions for decades. We are incredibly proud to have supported rowing in New Zealand for 18 years, directly working with secondary schools and Rowing NZ to provide much needed equipment and scholarships.

Despite the challenges that the pandemic put forward, like many other sporting fixtures the 2022 Aon Maadi Cup was a great success. The influx of spectators for the final two days of racing at Lake Ruataniwha was a mere snapshot of what we can expect for 2023. We can’t wait! On behalf of Aon New Zealand, our congratulations to all young rowers and special thanks to volunteers, officials and schools for their hard work and determination.

The pandemic has forced households and businesses to adapt and adjust, making changes to ensure success. At Aon we are here to support you, working through the pandemic and on to the other side. As the country’s leading insurance broker, we have expert knowledge and can advocate on your behalf to ensure you get the best cover. Whether its personal, business, industry or agri, our local team are here to help.

Often this help can start with a conversation. At Aon we’re proudly local, proudly human. From Kerikeri to Invercargill, we’re nationally available with our branches located in over 70 communities around Aotearoa, and we’re ready to assist you with your insurance and risk needs.

For questions, advice and support don’t hesitate to reach out to your local Aon branch.

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Deputy Managing Director, Aon New Zealand

Russell Bailey