#21Lives with Gus The Bus!

26 April 2017 FMI




So many insurance companies are the same, but not FMI! We are often told that FMI is the best-kept secret and we think it's time we let the cat out the bag.

We have a unique approach - an approach that has become part of thousands of clients' stories over the past 21 years and we're honoured to be a part of them.

To celebrate our 21-year milestone, FMI's staff teams are setting out across the country with Gus The Bus - FMI's newest member. We'll be capturing 21 mini-documentaries that celebrate the inspiring stories of #21Lives - people who have gone on to do amazing things while we've partnered with them during tough times of injury or illness.

to keep up with Gus The Bus on his adventures.

if you're a financial adviser and want FMI
to be a part of your clients' stories!

Client Care : 086 010 1119 | For more information visit
FMI is a Division of Bidvest Life Ltd, a licensed Life Insurance company and authorised Financial Services Provider FSP 47801


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