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Corporate Governance

Police Mutual is committed to maintaining high standards of corporate governance and adheres to the 2010 UK Corporate Governance Code for Mutual Insurers (the Code). In applying the Code we consider its requirements and put them into practice in a way that reflects our business, culture and values and which helps to support:

Transparency - giving our members the information they need to judge whether the Executive team, Board and Committee of Management are doing a good job on their behalf

Effective decision-making, risk management and control

A proper balance between Executive and non-executive directors

Keeping the interests of Police Mutual's members aligned with, and at the front of the mind of, the people responsible for running the business

The terms of reference outline responsibilities of all our committees and are available to download below:

Annual General Meeting

Part of the backbone of our connection with members is our network of Authorised Officers who are volunteers within the Police Service.

At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) Authorised Officers represent the views of members in their force and vote on their behalf. This includes electing individuals to our Committee of Management, the body which sets the values of the organisation.

Download the Notice of the 2017 AGM below. If you have any questions please email Rachel Kirwan our Company Secretary.

You can find out more about our recent AGMs below:

Report and Accounts and Governance and Directors' Remuneration Reports

Our Annual Report and Accounts and Governance and Directors' Remuneration Reports are received at our Annual General Meeting and contain details of our business performance, the performance of our investments and our governance and remuneration frameworks. You can download the latest Report & Financial Statements and Governance & Directors' Remuneration Reports below:

Solvency and Financial Condition Report

Under the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) rules and Solvency II regulations, a PRA-authorised insurance undertaking (firm) must disclose publicly, on an annual basis, a Solvency and Financial Condition Report (SFCR). The SFCR contains narrative information in quantitative and qualitative form supplemented, where appropriate, with quantitative templates.

Read the Solvency and Financial Condition Report here.

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