Policy Information

A certificate of insurance (also known as a certificate of currency) is a document issued by an insurance company to confirm that insurance has been obtained. It will usually contain information about the insurance in place, including the sums insured and expiry date.

The document does not substitute the actual insurance policy documentation and is best described as a summary of the most important provisions of the insurance policy wording. The certificate cannot be used to make a claim and is simply a confirmation of insurance to certify to third parties that you have obtained insurance. A certificate is valid only for the day on which it is issued and represents information current at the time of your request. At all times BCB will request this certificate from the insurer for the policy.

We cannot issue them on BCB stationery and there is a cost associated with this service.

Please contact your local branch to arrange a certificate.