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Australian Co-ops & Mutuals

The Federal Parliament has just passed landmark legislation for mutuals. These are the first amendments to the Corporations Act for 18 years that relate to our sector and open up a number of new opportunities for Federally registered co-operatives and mutual businesses to grow.

BCCM invites you to participate in the first symposium that brings together the key players in developing this new law. Tickets on sale now!

The Federal Parliament has just passed landmark legislation for mutuals. These are the first amendments to the Corporations Act for 18 years that relate to our sector and open up a number of new opportunities for Federally registered co-operatives and mutual businesses to grow.

BCCM invites you to participate in the first symposium that brings together the key players in developing this new law. Tickets on sale now!

WHAT IS A CO-OP?

Co-operatives and mutuals are owned by their members and therefore accountable to them, not distant shareholders or investors.  Co-op or mutual member-owners can be customers, employees, residents or small businesses, such as farmers.

What is a Co-op?

Co-operatives and mutuals are owned by their members and therefore accountable to them, not distant shareholders or investors.  Co-op or mutual member-owners can be customers, employees, residents or small businesses, such as farmers.

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