Association of European Cooperative and Mutual Insurers
Association des assureurs coopératifs et mutualistes européens (ACME)
Europäischer Genossenschaftlicher und Wechselseitiger Versicherungsverband
Nov 1978, as Association of European Cooperative Insurers (AECI) -- Association des assureurs coopératifs européens (AACE) -- Europäischer Genossenschaftlicher Versicherungsverband, by 'International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF)', to group its European members. Acted in accordance with the principles of A-XA1710 - International Co-operative Alliance (ICA). Most recent title adopted 1987. As of early 2008, ceased to exist after activities taken over by D-XM3677 - Association of Mutual Insurers and Insurance Cooperatives in Europe (AMICE).
Represent and promote the common interests of European cooperative and mutual insurers by promoting their views towards the European Union (EU) institutions and related EU organizations and supervisors.
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Ordinary Full Conference (annual). Board of Directors, consisting of Chairman and 9 members. EU Advisory Groups; Solvency II Working Party; Task Force 'European Mutual Society Statute'; ad hoc working groups on specific subjects. Secretariat located in Brussels (Belgium).
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