Thrivent

Communities in the USA and internationally to benefit from funds and volunteer support

Habitat for Humanity International announced last week that US ICMIF member Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will commit USD 12 million in 2014 to Habitat through the Thrivent Builds with Habitat for Humanitypartnership. The funding will be utilized by three programs within the Thrivent Builds...

Towards the end of last year Bill McKinney, Vice President, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, attended ICMIF’s Intelligence Committee Meeting in Manchester.

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is a faith-based, not-for-profit membership organization with nearly 2.5 million members. Thrivent is a Fortune 500 financial services organization with the strength of more than $75 billion in...

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:

For CEO Jens Bærentsen, Alka’s values permeate all aspects of its work. He detects, he says, a real battle of ideas in the insurance industry between cooperatives and mutuals, who operate on the basis of a common pooling of deposits...

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is one of most recent organisations to join ICMIF. The organisation has just been recognised for its demonstrated leadership in ethical business practices by being selected as one of the "World's Most Ethical Companies" for 2012 by the Ethisphere Institute. Thrivent Financial was named to the prestigious list as a result of its leadership in promoting ethical...

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 ...

ICMIF is growing again; eleven new organisations have recently become members taking the numbers of new members during the year of 2011 up to fifteen.  In total, ICMIF now has 221 members, located in 71 countries across the globe.

One major newcomer is the US financial services society, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.  Thrivent is a member-controlled not-for-profit organisation which...