Voice 73

Voice is ICMIF’s quarterly magazine, containing stories and news embracing the sector as well as in-depth interviews with chief executives.

From this issue:

On October 17, 2011, Tan Suee Chieh announced that NTUC Income was going orange. His aim over the next four years is to lead his staff at Singapore based member, NTUC Income, in an ‘Orange Revolution’. The objective: “We want to be a modern Singapore icon, a social enterprise of distinction,” he says. Orange is in fact already NTUC Income’s corporate colour, so Suee Chieh is not talking about a simple rebranding exercise or a new logo. The change he wants is rather more profound. NTUC Income’s ‘Orange Revolution’ is designed to continue and extend the work of converting a successful cooperative insurance company into a highly professional social enterprise and the most ethical insurer in the Singapore insurance market. Extract from ‘Orange revolution'

Also in this issue:

  • Comment: John Balmforth
  • Moving forward from Manchester to Cape Town
  • Solvency II will lead to innovation says EU Lead Officer
  • Japan's cooperative insurers report on the earthquake
  • Engage with Andrew Haigh
  • SSQ: growth in the right direction
  • New York launch for IYC 2012
  • New global investment fund for cooperatives launched
  • Orange revolution
  • Key stats point to strong performance by ICMIF members
  • New members swell ICMIF's ranks
  • Thriving Thrivent joins ICMIF family
  • Maximum fee comes down for ICMIF members
  • Getting to grips with the microinsurance business
  • Development Network set three-year strategy
  • Japanese seminar launches international year
  • What's your risk profile? Member research now available
  • Takaful summit calls for stronger unity in common cause
  • Making a real difference

Voice magazine delivers in-depth analysis of the people, organizations and issues that are shaping our global sector.