2018 has started with a general sense of optimism and excitement for what promises to be a year of positive changes and growth.

At FMI, we had an unbelievable 2017. We surpassed every goal we set, which is all thanks to our supporting advisers who share our philosophy of the need for individuals to protect their greatest asset – their monthly income. We plan to continue to work hard again this year and to never take for granted the important role each of you play in making a difference in people’s lives through the advice you give.

Our vision for 2018 is an extension of last year where our #21Lives campaign started a process of finding better ways to connect with our customers, as well as to enable advisers to make the advice process far simpler with our HouseView philosophy.

I would like to take this opportunity to personally invite you to our adviser events taking place this month. It promises to be a thought-provoking morning and we hope to provide you with more tools to start that important conversation with your clients. I look forward to seeing you there.

All the best for a prosperous 2018!

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