Mutuo

Leading advocate for the mutual and cooperative sector, Mutuo, has this week launched new policy proposals to help make business work in the interests of ordinary citizens. The launch of the report The People’s Business: Framing the Progressive Narrative: A Mutual and Cooperative Approach to the Economy and Society took place at the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) office,...

The UK Parliament has today approved radical legislation to enable friendly societies and mutual insurers in the UK to raise new capital from their members.

The Mutuals Deferred Shares Bill today completed its final stage in the House of Commons and will now receive Royal Assent.

This is the culmination of two and a half years work of researching, drafting, negotiating and...

UK parliamentary legislation is proposing an alternative shareholder structure for cooperatives to give greater access to funding.

The Mutuals’ Redeemable Shares Bill will allow individuals and institutions the option to invest in a mutual through redeemable shares without compromising its mutual status. Currently, industrial and provident societies can only accept individual...

During the recent ICMIF Biennial Conference Peter Hunt, CEO of Mutuo, raised the issue of how mutuals and cooperatives lobby and influence regulators and policymakers in their countries. Mutuo works to promote all types of mutuals and cooperatives in the UK and aims to influence government, provide thought leadership to the sector and help to develop new mutuals and cooperatives to expand and...

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

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The manifesto is the initiative of Mutuo, a research and lobbying think-tank which works with British mutual and cooperative insurers, building societies (mortgage savings institutions), consumer coops and other...