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WFI, good people to know for insurance

WFI have been insuring Australian farmers since 1919. Over this time, they have been there for their clients, providing support and assistance when they’ve needed it the most.

We may be living in the age of self-service, however when it comes to safeguarding the things that are important to you and your family, there’s no substitute for personal service from your insurer.

It’s good to know there is always someone you can call when you’re insured with WFI.

WFI takes insurance personally

For nearly 100 years, the WFI team have met with Australians in their homes, at their workplaces, on their farms and in local WFI branches to talk to clients’ about their insurance needs.

Even though they are one of Australia’s leading insurers, they still believe in friendly, personal service. That’s why they have over 190 local Area Managers situated across Australia, who are committed to deliver on this promise.

Their people are experienced insurance professionals who take the time to listen, understand what’s important to you and talk to you about your insurance options. That way you get the cover that suits your needs.

Secure long term partner

WFI is part of IAG, Australia’s largest insurer and a top-50 company on the Australian Stock Exchange. IAG is the parent company of a general insurance group with controlled operations in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and Vietnam, and interests in general insurance joint ventures in Malaysia, India and China.

Flexible product range

WFI offers a wide range of products including farm, business, strata and domestic insurance. The company’s products include Rural Plan and Early Bird Crop insurance for farmers, Commercial Plan and Office Plan for business owners, Commercial and Residential Strata Plan for property owners, Landlord Plan for investment property owners and Private Plan for individual householders and Trades Insurance Kit for trades people.

Each WFI product offers a range of options for you to choose from so you can tailor an insurance package to suit your needs.

Why choose WFI?

  • A leading insurer with nearly 100 years’ experience
  • Personal service from a local with expertise in insurance
  • You deal directly with WFI, from enquiry to claim
  • You can tailor your own insurance package

Find out for yourself why WFI is one of Australia’s leading insurers. Phone 1300 934 934 or visit wfi.com.au.

 

Disclaimer: To see if WFI’s products are right for you, always consider the PDS from the product issuer, WFI (ABN 24 000 036 279 AFSL 241461).

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