In our early days Maurice Trapp Group provided insurance protection and succession plans to business owners. Over the years as our adviser team grew, so did our experience and expertise in the many and sometimes complicated facets of insurance.
The Maurice Trapp Group team is made up of associations with Momentum in Whanganui, while KLS Insurance Limited joined our network of companies in 2018 and Cooney Insurance in Cambridge in 2020.
Maurice Trapp Group have had an association with Cooney Insurance since 2020. Cooney Insurance are Cambridge based insurance advisers with the aim of helping clients reach their goals with affordable insurance cover and honest-to-goodness truth about how they do business.
Christchurch based KSL Insurance joined the Maurice Trapp Group network of companies in December 2018. KLS provides a tailored service which provides a second opinion personal and business life insurance audit service for clients who own life insurance policies. If necessary they then make appropriate recommendations for upgrading and/or improvement or retention of the client’s existing insurance policies.
In 2013 we joined forces with Lewis Limited. Since 2000 Lewis Limited have provided insurance solutions to clients across the country, however specialise in offering Group insurance benefits to small professional firms through to large organisations. These insurance solutions can be in the form of additional staff benefits for employees of large companies, to shareholder or key person cover for Directors of firms – and anything in between.
Maurice Trapp Group also has an association with Momentum Wealth. From their base in Whanganui, Momentum offers a one stop shop for Life Insurance, Business Advice, Fire & General Insurance, KiwiSaver and Investment planning, as well as helping clients set up their mortgages and home loans.
In 2015 Maurice Trapp Group purchased a majority shareholding in Warren Storm Lifebrokers. Warren Storm Lifebrokers have been offering specialists risk assessment and insurance cover for clients across the Waikato region since 1991.