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1965, as Union of Provident Associations of Officials of the European Union -- Union des groupements de prévoyance des fonctionnaires européens (UGPFE) -- Zusammenschluss der Vorsorgevereinigungen der Europäischen Beamten, as a cooperative society. Formerly also referred to in English as Providential Union of Officials of the European Union (UPFE). Subsequently changed title to Union of Providence of European Officials -- Union de prévoyance des fonctionnaires européens (UPFE) -- Zusammenschluss der Vorsorgeunion der Europäischen Beamten. Current title adopted when registered in accordance with Belgian law, 21 Dec 2006.
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Provides assistance, advice and information to officials and other employees of European Union in such fields as: insurance, including the conclusion of insurance contracts (group insurance, individual insurance); supply of domestic heating oil; maintenance of heating installations; etc. Organizes: Welcome days; Kids days; Opera.
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