Definition of mutual life-assurance company
Mutual life-assurance company
A type of life-assurance company that grew out of the Friendly Societies. Mutuals have no shareholders and apart from benefits and running expenses there are no other withdrawals from the fund. Any surplus profits belong to the policyholders.
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