This year’s Mutuals’ Forum will be held on Thursday, November 4 at the British Library Conference Centre.
The Forum is an opportunity to join other mutual organisations for interactive and informative discussions on the future of mutuality and to listen to keynote speakers outline their views on the future of the sector.
As the the new Government seeks to live up to its commitment to promote diverse ownership in business and at a time of unprecedented economic challenge for mutuals, the Mutuals’ Forum 2010 will examine what the Government can do for mutuals, and what mutuals must do for themselves.
Edward Davey MP, Minister for Employment Relations, Consumer and Postal Affairs
Delegates will be able to attend sessions on:
* Mutuals Yearbook 2010 & the challenge for mutual business
* Diversity in Financial Services – The future role of mutual providers
* Mutuals and the Coalition Government – Including the potential for a mutual Post Office
* Mutual capital in the UK and beyond
* Mutuals & The Big Society – New mutuals in housing & New mutuals in health
* The Ownership Debate, Chaired by Will Hutton, Featuring Ownership Commission Members: Roger Carr, Chairman of Centrica plc, Charlie Mayfield, Chairman of John Lewis Partnership & Peter Marks, Group Chief Executive of The Co-operative Group
The day will be rounded off with a Parliamentary Reception & Dinner, held at the House of Commons, free for all delegates. The Mutuals’ Forum 2010 is produced by Mutuo and is proudly sponsored for the third consecutive year by Engage Mutual Assurance.
Delegates will have the opportunity to network with other leaders in the mutual sector and to share best practice with colleagues through break-out sessions on subjects as varied as health, regulation and mutual capital in the UK.