SkyCity, Fletcher won't name their insurers

Jenny Ruth
Wed, 23 Oct 2019

SkyCity Entertainment Group won't name its insurer but says it's an international company and that the consequences of the fire in the roof of the new convention centre and the disruption to its existing facilities will be fully covered.Chief executive Graeme Stephens told journalists he isn't sure he can disclose the insurer's name."We're comfortable with the credibility of the insurer and their ability to meet their obligations," Stephens said.Similarly, the lead contractor building the convention centre and hotel, Fletcher Building, says it...
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