The process whereby a mutual organisation owned by its members, such as a building society, converts to a public limited company owned by its shareholders.
Conversion process by which mutually held organisations become publicly listed companies. Examples include building societies, such as the Halifax, converting to banks.
The process by which a mutual organisation owned by its members, such as a building society or insurance company, converts to a public limited company owned by its shareholders. For example, Norwich Union demutualised and floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1997Found on http://www.aviva.com/glossary/
Refers to the process whereby a mutually owned financial institution, for instance an insurance company, is being converted into a stock company. Members usually receive shares in the new company, and in some cases a cash windfall, in exchange for their ownership rights.
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The process of floating a mutual society onto the stock market, in the process usually generating a windfall bonus for its members Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20202
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