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Mutuals moving together towards tomorrow
-AFM Conference 2016 targets the issues to tackle in Brexit Britain-
The AFM annual conference 2016 kicked off yesterday (10 October) with member directly tackling the impact of Brexit – and closed today with members discussing how the sector can plan for the future with confidence.
The opening day of the conference saw commentary from industry experts* discussing with members the wider economic and political landscape for mutual insurers. Issues included: Brexit, regulation, working together, learning from each other, developing strong leadership, the impact of the changing global political landscape and the best way for mutuals to manage their members money.
At the end of the first day of the Conference, 10 key themes emerged from member discussions, which AFM will take forward with its members during the winter months. For more, see here.
- Update from the Chief Executive
- AFM member news
- Budget 2016: Insurance Premium Tax threatens the support Mutual and Not-for-Profit Insurers can give to the NHS
- Investment News: Top 10 Investment Ideas in 2016 from Mercer, and news from Vestra
- The UK Referendum on Membership of the European Union - How It Might Affect Your Investments
The latest AFM newsletter is available as a download: Mutually Yours, January 2016
Topics explored include: the future direction of AFM, the All Party Group for Mutuals, Mutual Deferred Shares, the Bank of England Bill, corporate governance, the impact of IPT increases of mutual healthcare, and forthcoming AFM events.