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Who elects the governing body of a mutual insurance company?

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on June 19, 2018

The answer is that "the policyholders".A Mutual insurance company is claimed by the policyholders. The only motivation behind a common agency of insurance is to give protection scope to the individuals and to the policyholders, and individuals are given the privilege of choosing from the administration. The law of the government, as the opposition to the law of the state, decides whether a safety net provider can be delegated common agency insurance. Mutual insurance companies exist to ensure that the benefits guaranteed to policyholders can be paid in the long term. Since they are not exchanged on stock trades, shared insurance agencies can stay away from the weight of the attainment of the here and now, in the interests of the objectives.

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