O’Connor Warren Insurance brokers are proudly New Zealand owned and have been providing insurance programmes to Kiwi businesses and householders for over 35 years. Put simply, we are nationally focussed, specialist insurance brokers with a passion for client service and satisfaction. Our experience and expertise in the industry segments in which we choose to work are unrivalled. We have been finalists at the New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards on four occasions and were winners of Insurance Broking Company of the Year 2018.

We are members of the Steadfast Group, Insurance Brokers Association of New Zealand and the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance.

Meet our director

Eamon O’Connor

Eamon is considered to be one of New Zealand’s top serving insurance brokers. He has been a runner up in the New Zealand Insurance Industry awards on several occasions in the Insurance Broker of the Year category and led the O’Connor Warren business as winners of the Insurance Broking Company of the Year category in 2018.

Eamon brings international experience, having worked in the London and Dublin markets with global broker Marsh. He spent ten years with British-domiciled broker Jardine Lloyd Thompson in their New Zealand head office. There he ran a successful team of brokers spread throughout the country. During his time at Jardine Lloyd Thompson, Eamon was a board member, as well as being responsible for a large percentage of the company’s revenue. As a result of his specific expertise and affiliation within certain industry sectors, Eamon also held a position as a board member with the New Zealand Trucking Association.

Eamon was raised and educated in Tauranga and returned after 17 years in 2013 when he and his wife Anna purchased John Warren Insurances and established O’Connor Warren Insurance brokers. Eight years on O’Connor Warren are one the fastest-growing broking houses in the country after starting with two staff in 2013. The business is now a vibrant, high profile operation with thirteen staff.

Eamon OConnor

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O’Connor Warren are proud supporters, sponsors and contributors to the following charities, sport organizations and community groups.


Conflicts Policy

In giving advice, a broker must give priority to the client’s interests by taking all reasonable steps to ensure that the advice is not materially influenced by, firstly, the broker’s own interests, and secondly, the interests of any other person connected with the giving of the advice.

Where there’s a conflict of interest, the broker must give priority to the client’s interests.

A conflict is a situation where:

  • Some or all of the company’s or an employee’s interests are incompatible with, or differ from, some or all of a client’s interests;
  • The concerns or aims of two different parties are incompatible;
  • Some or all of an employee’s interests are in conflict with the company’s interest; or
  • An employee is in a position to derive personal benefit from actions or decisions made in their official capacity.
  • The giving or receiving of gifts may also create a conflict.

Brokers and employees have an obligation to ensure that their interests and the interests of the FAP are not placed ahead of the client’s interests, especially where to do so would disadvantage a client or would negatively impact on the service a client receives.

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