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Advisers on Canada’s Mutual Life $1.9 billion demutualization

The demutualization of Mutual Life of Canada, the first by a Canadian life insurance company, is likely to give the company an initial value of between C$1.9 billion and C$2.9 billion ($1.2 billion to $1.9 billion). Mutual’s 900,000 members vote on the plans to demutualize on June 10. Their windfalls will be in the form of either cash or shares. Any bonuses are contingent on two-thirds of members voting in favour of the plans.

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