The latest news from Association of Financial Mutuals: Mutually Inclusive, June 2021
The latest news from Association of Financial Mutuals: Mutually Inclusive, April 2021
AFM Comments on the report of the APPG for Mutuals’ on its Inquiry into the proposed sale of LV=
“As a trade body supporting the mutual sector, the Association of Financial Mutuals is very grateful for the attention paid by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Mutuals to the planned demutualisation of LV=.
AFM announces new partnership project with Whitecap Consulting
The Association of Financial Mutuals is undertaking a strategic review of the future of the sector, in association with Whitecap Consulting. We are inviting potential sponsors to contribute to this important new project.
In a recent article for FT Adviser, AFM’s CEO comments on the demise of a stalwart of member-ownership. Read more
Research from Association of Financial Mutuals (AFM) shows paid claims volume increased 38% compared to last year. Read more here
The latest news from Association of Financial Mutuals
In an article published in the i on 11 January 2021, AFM CEO provides expert advice on businesses owned by customers: Read here
Mutually Inclusive, December 2020
The latest newsletter from Association of Financial Mutuals: Mutually Inclusive, December 2020
A new name, reinforcing traditional principles – the latest newsletter from Association of Financial Mutuals: Mutually Inclusive
Child Trust Funds: five tips on what to do with the money
Most of the around 55,000 young people turning 18 in September will enjoy an unexpected and worthwhile birthday present: the Child Trust Fund (CTF). This scheme was launched by the government in 2005 and the first funds will be available to spend or re-invest this year.
The average CTF will be worth over £1,000, but many accounts will hold significantly more than that. And while the temptation might be to spend the money on a car, a holiday or to pay off bills, recent research from OneFamily, the largest provider of CTFs, shows that most young adults are inclined to invest the money to build up a future nest egg.
Young people are also likely to look for help on what to do with the money from their parents, grandparents or guardian, so here are five tips on guiding them to make the right decision.
Insurers and cash plan providers are innovating in response to the pandemic, says AFM’s Martin Shaw in an article published in COVER Magazine