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By Brad Toerien – Chief Executive Officer, FMI

There is a general consumer perception that life insurance is complex and expensive and that when you need it most, you have to fight to have your claim paid. As a result, many South Africans are dangerously under-insured. A recent industry study revealed that the average South African only has a third of the cover they need. Not only do people not have enough cover, the cover they do have in place doesn’t necessarily suit their individual needs. keep reading

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Published – Risk Africa November 2017

At FMI, we believe life insurance benefits should protect your client’s income against the risk of temporary or long-term disability, critical illness or death and the best way to do this is through a combination of income and lump sum benefits.

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Published – Risk Africa October 2017

FMI’s business is based on being able to step in when people’s lives have been affected by illness or injury. In honour of its 21st birthday, FMI wanted to capture 21 of the most inspiring client stories that they have been a part of over the past 21 years in a campaign called #21Lives. So, in April 2017, 21 staff teams set out on a journey across the country to capture these amazing stories in 21 short documentary films.

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#21Lives, Medical Second Opinion

#21Lives, Warren Bonn, is a 28-year old IT specialist who was diagnosed with a very rare condition called arteriovenous malformation (AVM) of the tongue in 2015. His tongue became so swollen he could barely speak, eat or close his mouth. Consequently, he spent hundreds of thousands of rand over 2 years, visiting 72 doctors, specialists and surgeons around the country to try and find more answers about his painful condition. keep reading

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Published – FAnews October 2017

As advisers we all know that the best way to do this is with a benefit that pays a combination of a lump sum and a monthly income that matches the income stream the client needs to replace. Individuals can then use the lump sum to settle any debts and the income to cover monthly costs like groceries, education and electricity.

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Published – Money Marketing October 2017

We all know that South Africans are under-insured and this leaves our clients dangerously exposed to the financial consequences of injury, illness or death. Clearly, people would rather spend their money on coffee, expensive dinners and cell phones than on protecting their monthly income that makes it all possible.

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#21Lives

We held a ladies’ breakfast for our staff in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month on the 3rd of October at our offices. FMI policyholder and breast cancer survivor, Denise Williams, and her financial adviser, Jane Engelbrecht, were invited as special guests. keep reading

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Published – Risk Africa September 2017

FMI has a unique approach when it comes to life insurance. They believe your greatest asset is not a house or a car, but the ability to earn an income, and that all life insurance benefits should be designed to protect this. The insurer believes the best way to protect your monthly income is by ensuring that the insurance product you choose pays a combination of lump sum and monthly income benefits, and that you aren’t just covered for possible permanent risks, like death or disability, but also for temporary injury or illness.

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Published – Money Marketing September 2017

Owner of a plumbing business, Damian Souchon, 26, is one of our youngest policyholders. In 2016, he fractured his leg in a motorcross training accident and was unable to work for a total of eight months. Prior to his accident, he was a one-man-band, doing all administrative and manual work himself. Due to his policy with FMI, he was able to employ two men to keep his business going when he couldn’t work himself. Since his claim, Damian’s business has grown and he now permanently employs three people. 

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