Southern Victoria Future Business Update – Discretionary Mutual Fund is it feasible?

Future Business

Phase one is complete – find out what’s next

Initial findings from the Discretionary Mutual Fund (DMF) feasibility study are in.

Results show 12 per cent of apple and pear businesses are paying more than $6.5 million a year in premiums…with only $1 million paid in claims last financial year!

Book your free place now!

About this session

Attend this complimentary half-day information session to:

  • discover if it’s viable to proceed with a DMF to replace traditional insurance,
  • hear Justin Niven from KJ Risk Group share findings from the feasibility study,
  • learn how industry can create an investment and save money in the long-term, and
  • explore group purchasing opportunities.

Read more about the DMF feasibility study

Please reach out to Richelle Zealley, Manager, Future Business, APAL via email rzealley@apal.org.au or mobile 0438 634 728.

Agenda

Time Topic
11.45 am Registration with light networking lunch
12.15 pm Welcome
Discretionary Mutual Fund: is it feasible?
What is a mutual and how would it look for the apple and pear industry?
Q&A Session
2.15 pm Afternoon tea
2.30 pm Group purchasing arrangements in general insurance
Q&A Session
Next steps: where to from here?
4.00 pm Conclusion of Update

Who should attend

  • business owners,
  • managers,
  • CFO’s / accountants
  • other key staff

Ticket price

Complimentary

 

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