Mutual Organizations - Conversion

Conversion

A mutual may convert itself to a non-mutual through the process of demutualization. This process became increasingly common in the 1980s as a result of "Thatcherite" policies and ideology. In the United States, conversion may be full, to a public company, or, in many states, partial, to a mutual holding company.

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