Mutuo working with ICMIF to produce global Manifesto

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The twin challenges of globalisation and regional regulation mean that co-operative and mutual firms are working more closely together to influence the business environment for the benefit of their members and the communities they serve.  Mutuo is working with the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation to produce a global manifesto that will provide a framework for this activity.

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Mutuals’ Bill scheduled for Second Reading (Lords)

The Rt Hon The Lord Naseby

The Mutuals’ Redeemable & Deferred Shares Bill will be read for the second time in the House of Lords on 24th October 2014.

The Bill was introduced by Lord Naseby in the House of Lords and was read for the first time on 5th June 2014.  We are seeking Government support to allow time for the Bill to progress through both Houses.

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European Manifesto calls for action to empower mutual and cooperative insurers

Screen Shot 2014-07-08 at 14.14.22AMICE, the European Association of Mutual Insurers and Insurance Cooperatives has published a political manifesto entitled “United in Diversity” laying out the sector’s proposal for political action to enable the sector to fully exploit its potential.  The manifesto has been produced by UK based advocacy organisation, Mutuo, on behalf of AMICE members.

The European Mutual Manifesto was presented in Nice, France, by AMICE President Hilde Vernaillen to the 200 delegates at the association’s 2014 Congress.

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Mutuals’ Redeemable and Deferred Shares Bill

Redeemable-shares-14We need your help: contact your MP

The Mutuals Redeemable and Deferred Shares Bill will have its first reading on Thursday 5th June.

Use the form below to contact your MP to ensure that they help the Bill through Parliament by encouraging the Government to make time for debate.

Afterwards you will also be able to contact a Member of the House of Lords to ensure that they support the Bill too.

To contact to your MP, or a Member of the House of Lords, about the Bill, please click here.