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We want our members to vote for the future of their mutual.

Introducing the changes we’d like to make

As well as being a mutual, we’re also a friendly society, which means we’re governed by the Friendly Societies Act 1992

  • This Act has become outdated and we think it restricts us from having the freedom and flexibility to run the business in the best possible way. 
  • Vote 1 - Conversion: The first thing we’d like to do is convert from a friendly society to a company limited by guarantee. It would mean that we’d be governed by the Companies Act 2006 and free to embark on some bigger plans in the future. 
  • Vote 2 - Rule Change: The second vote would mean that we could amend our Rules to clarify who benefits from being a member of LV= going forward. 

"We want to be a company limited by guarantee that is still a mutual and owned by our members."

Alan Cook, LV= Chairman

Watch our Chairman's message

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In our library, you'll find all the documents you need that relate to our proposals.

You can request any of these documents in print

For those members' eligible to vote, below is a short animation showing how to fill in the proxy voting forms that are enclosed in your information pack.

How to fill in your proxy voting forms

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