What is a Certificate of Currency?

Modified on Thu, 24 Oct 2019 at 11:17 AM

Certificate of Currency is a document that is normally a summary of cover under a policy that confirms a current policy is in place for the sums insured shown on the date that the certificate is requested and this may also include interested parties noted. 

A Certificate of Currency is only valid on the day it is issued and represents information current at the time of your request.

PLEASE NOTE THIS DOES NOT REPRESENT 'FINANCIAL ADVICE' AS EACH PERSON'S INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS WILL BE UNIQUE TO THEIR SPECIFIC NEEDS. 



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