Look what we recently found – an old policy document from 1955 issued by the Australian Mutual Provident Society (nowadays known as AMP) which was first established in Australia in 1849. As you can see the sum assured was in pounds, which was the currency of New Zealand until 1967. The AMP motto was “Amicus Certus In Re Incerta” which means “A sure friend in uncertain times”, and this is where we got the name Amicus from.
Amicus has been operating since 1996 and we know what it takes to help protect what matters to you – whether that’s your business, farm, home and contents, or personal possessions or income.
If you have any questions or would like to talk to an Adviser/Broker, contact Amicus today.