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Your clients have dreams for the future... whether it's that once in a lifetime holiday or planning for their retirement, they want the comfort, security and independence that comes from knowing they are adequately providing for themselves and their spouse. To ensure their dreams become a reality, they need a carefully structured investment plan, but what would happen if they got sick or injured and couldn't earn an income - even for just a few months?

At FMI, we believe wealth creation and wealth protection go hand-in-hand.

All independent financial advisers are invited to join us for what promises to be a thought-provoking morning with three of the insurance industry's top thought leaders - Dr. Adrian Saville, Rob Rusconi and FMI's CEO Brad Toerien - as we challenge some of the commonly held assumptions that drive financial planning today.
    
     
     
ROB RUSCONI DR. ADRIAN SAVILLE BRAD TOERIEN
  
Industry Actuarial legend and former CEO of Lombard Life Founder & Chief Executive, Cannon Asset Managers and Professor, Gordon Institute of Business Science Chief Executive Officer, FMI
Hurry, limited seats available. Don't miss out!
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23 February 2018
09h30 for 10h00 09h30 for 10h00 09h30 for 10h00
The Capital Pearls,
Umhlanga
 
 Gallagher
Convention
Centre
 Century City Conference
Centre
 
  
 
  
 
 
Client Care : 086 010 1119 | For more information visit: www.fmi.co.za
FMI is a Division of Bidvest Life Ltd, a licensed Life Insurance Company
and authorised Financial Services Provider FSP 47801
 
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