OneFamily 2020 Annual General Meeting

The 2020 Annual General Meeting was held on the morning of Wednesday 3rd June.

Given Government guidance to avoid non-essential travel and contact with others, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, members will not be able to attend the AGM in person.

However, members were able to watch a livestream of the meeting via the video below.

Results of meeting

OneFamily 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) results

Ask a question

If you have any questions about the AGM or the resolutions to be considered, please submit them by email to [email protected]

Alternatively write to The Secretary at:
OneFamily,
16-17 West Street
Brighton
BN1 2RL

A selection of questions received from members to date and information provided in response can be found here.

Watch the 2020 AGM

Missed this year's AGM? Not a problem - you can watch it on the video below.

Opting in to receive our Annual Review and notice of future Annual General Meetings

Every member of OneFamily is an owner of OneFamily, so it’s only right that we give you the chance to hear about how we’re doing and give you the opportunity to vote and attend our Annual General Meeting.

Equally, we have a responsibility to be careful with your money. So we’re giving you the choice. If you tell us you want to receive an Annual Review and notice of future Annual General Meetings by post, we’ll share our latest news with you every year. If you decide not to receive these updates, then of course that’s entirely up to you.

To opt in to receive our Annual Review and notice of future Annual General Meetings simply call us on 0344 8920 920* or send an email to [email protected]. Please include your full name and policy number.

Don’t worry if you change your mind. You can opt in or out of receiving notice of our Annual General Meetings at any time and we’ll remind you about this in your statements.

Details of our Annual General Meetings are advertised on our website, usually in April.

*We’ll be here from 9am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm on a Saturday. We might record your call to help improve our training and for security purposes. We hope you don’t mind.

Who is a member?

Our Rules give certain rights to members. The definition of a 'member' is any individual, regardless of age, who is admitted to membership and membership is open to any person who holds one or more active products issued by the Society or one of its Subsidiaries, as listed in the table below. Alongside our own OneFamily branded products, we also work with other providers. This is why membership rights may differ depending on who the product is taken out with.

The following table identifies who holds member status on each product issued by the Society:

Product name Fund
Child Trust Fund
Except former Legal & General Child Trust Fund customers
The child*
Junior ISA
Except Post Office Junior ISAs opened after 06/04/2018
The child*
Child Savings Plans The child**
Junior Bond The child**
Unit Trust (on behalf of a Child) The first named planholder until the child reaches 18
Lifetime ISA The account holder
OneFamily ISA (formerly PEP) and OneFamily ISA The planholder
Post Office Money® ISA
(accounts opened prior to 06/04/2018 only)
The account holder
Family Bond The policyholder
Unit Trust (Adult) The first named planholder
Adult Savings Plans The policyholder
Life Insurance Plans The policyholder
Over 50s Life Cover The policyholder
Freeway Pensions The policyholder
Ecclesiastical Customers The policyholder
Lifetime Mortgage The policyholder(s)

* Where the member is a child under the age of 18, the child is not eligible to vote at the AGM. Children under the age of 16 are not eligible to apply for funding from The Foundation.

** Where the member is a child under the age of 18, the child is not eligible to apply for funding from The Foundation or vote at the AGM. The parent or guardian of the child may apply for funding from The Foundation but is not eligible to vote at the AGM.

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