Catholic Church Insurance Limited (CCI) has been protecting the interests of the Catholic Church in Australia for over 100 years. As an organisation owned by the Catholic dioceses and religious institutes of Australia, CCI is committed to ethically and compassionately supporting the Australian Catholic community.
Find out about CCI's performance and activities for the last financial year in our Annual Reports here.
We're a different type of insurance company – a Catholic insurance company. Operating under mutual principles, we put Church interests before company profits. We have a long, proud history of serving the Catholic community and have done so since 1911. In fact, we're one of the oldest insurance companies in Australia.
CCI exists to support the mission of the Catholic Church. From the beginning, our founding principles have remained constant – to develop specialist products and services that meet the needs of the Church, to control insurance costs and to retain any surplus within the Church.
We manage a balance between the prudential demands of running an insurance company and being part of the Church community. Each decision is measured against our values of fairness, honesty and commitment to serve.
CCI operates under not-for-profit principles. When an operating surplus is achieved, a significant proportion is returned to our Catholic clients by way of dividends, distributions and grants. CCI's client distributions are unique in the insurance industry and underpin the principles under which the company operates.
CCI actively engages with the wider Catholic community to help support the Church's mission in pastoral, education, health and welfare work. We understand the unique needs and mission of the Church. It requires a specialised insurer who understands how best to serve its community.
We're there for you when you need us. In the event of a claim, we act promptly, not only to restore or repair the loss, but also to support those who are affected. As a Church organisation, our staff understand the importance of fairness, clear communication and caring service, especially when our clients are experiencing times of distress. Our relationship philosophy is simple – to go the extra mile and to be there when it counts.
Under the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (WGE Act), all non-public sector employers with more than 100 employees are required to report annually. The WGE Act aims to promote and improve gender equality outcomes for both women and men in the workplace. CCI adheres to the WGE Act and has lodged its annual report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. You can access a copy of the 2015/2016 report here.
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