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Blogs from OneFamily CEO, Teddy Nyahasha

OneFamily Chief Executive Officer, Teddy Nyahasha, is a strong supporter of diversity, inclusion and equality. He believes everyone in society should have the same opportunities to access financial products, regardless of how much money they have.

Read Teddy's thoughts and insight on current issues below.

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Little kindnesses capture the spirit of Christmas

OneFamily CEO, Teddy Nyahasha, reflects on the ongoing cost-of-living crisis and the impact a little kindness can have.

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OneFamily CEO recognised as influential Black role model

We are very proud of our CEO Teddy Nyahasha for being named in The Powerlist 2023, which celebrates the UK’s influential black role models.

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Breaking down the barriers to financial inclusion

OneFamily has acquired Beagle Street – a company that specialises in low cost, simple to purchase life and critical illness insurance.

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Brighton and Hove Pride parade

Crowd out bigotry with fabulousness and joy

After a long two years of waiting, Brighton & Hove finally got to celebrate Pride in all its sparkliest and most fabulous of costumes.

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Inspiring better futures for the next generation

People are struggling, and it looks like it is the youngest generation who are going to feel the consequences for years to come.

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Boldness, creativity and a mutual mindset – the driving force that’s needed right now

Mutuals were the original crowd-funders – helping members provide for the future, regardless of their financial position.

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Investment advice could help financial inclusion

I’ve spoken before about fairness and financial inclusion; how smaller savers are disadvantaged by complex investment products

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Hope for families whose children have mental incapacity

There’s some hope for the families of young adults who do not have the mental capacity to manage their financial affairs in the form of a Government consultation that has recently been launched.

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Taking care of our global family

Now’s the time to focus our efforts wider, on our global family and the planet we call home…

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Financial inclusion – simple products and education

Financial inclusion – simple products and education In my previous article, I asked the question “why don’t smaller […]

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