International Association of Mutual Insurance Companies
Association internationale des sociétés d'assurance mutuelle (AISAM)
Asociación Internacional de Sociedades de Seguro Mutuo
Internationale Vereinigung der Versicherungsgesellschaften auf Gegenseitigkeit
1963-09-14 Amsterdam Netherlands
14 Sep 1963, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Constituent meeting 29 Oct 1963, Bern (Switzerland). Latest statutes adopted 2000. Registered office in Amsterdam. As of early 2008, ceased to exist when activities taken over by D-XM3677 - Association of Mutual Insurers and Insurance Cooperatives in Europe (AMICE).
Protect the general interests of private insurance, based on the principle of mutuality; act as spokesman of mutual insurance, being responsible for relations and action involving international organizations; disseminate mutual principles and information concerning mutual insurance; function as a forum for exchange of information and experience among members and as a study centre on problems specific to mutual insurance.
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General Meeting (annual). Board, consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Treasurer and 12 members.
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