Pay My Account

Payment Options

Aon New Zealand offers the following payment options:

Monthly instalments

Instead of making one large payment, you can pay your account in monthly instalments through our premium funding facility.

Premium Funding Benefits

  • No large one off premium payment
  • A fixed interest rate
  • Releases capital for alternative investments
  • Credit costs are tax deductible for business
  • Improves your cash flow to meet other expenses
  • Assists financial planning and budgets

Contact your Aon broker or call 0800 266 276 to speak to your local Aon broker.

For further information on Aon Premium Funding, please click here for our brochure.

Direct Credit

You can pay your account by Direct Credit, the bank account details are noted on the bottom of the Invoice and Statement for your convenience.
NZD currency only: ANZ National Bank Ltd 01-0297-0071650-002 (02 for 2 digit suffix)

Please quote the client number. If you are paying outside New Zealand the Swift code is ANZBNZ22.  To ensure your payment is processed correctly please email:  nz.accounts@aon.com your client number and the deposit amount.

Mail

Detach the payment slip at the bottom of your invoice or Statement, attach it to your cheque or money order and send them to the postal address noted on the Invoice or Statement.

Credit Card (NZD currency only)    

PLEASE NOTE: a Surcharge of 1.5% of the payment amount will be charged to the card. *The combined amount will show as TOTAL on the payment page in step 2 (prior to clicking Pay Now).

If you wish to continue, please read below then click HERE and follow the instructions.

  • The Client Number is located on the bottom right-hand side of your Statement or Invoice
  • Type in the 8 characters together without the spaces(or dashes) OR
  • Type the first 11 characters without the spaces(or dashes)
  • The account must be paid in full

Credit card transactions will incur a surcharge that you will be notified of at the time of payment*.

PLEASE NOTE: Aon New Zealand does not accept cash in payment of your account.