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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.

Why don’t smaller savers invest their money?

Why don’t smaller savers invest their money? With interest rates on cash balances at an all-time low and […]

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Pride is an ongoing process

Pride is an ongoing process Although we’re now officially past Pride month, it’s not the case in Brighton […]

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How being bold will help the homeless

How being bold will help the homeless If you work in Brighton, as I do, you can’t help […]

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Inspiring Better Futures

Inspiring Better Futures 2020 was my first year as Chief Executive Officer of the mutual OneFamily. With any […]

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Learning green optimism from our children

Learning green optimism from our children I recently did a local radio interview about the work OneFamily’s been […]

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My letter to the Chancellor

Our CEO, Teddy Nyahasha, has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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Doing what’s right

I think the mutual sector might be having a bit of a moment.

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Being nimble

Nimble isn’t a word you’d ordinarily use to describe a financial organisation, but I’d argue that being agile – able to move swiftly and decisively when needed – is an absolute necessity in the current climate.

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My challenge to myself

Perhaps now is the time to trade remorse for activity; to do something positive. This is the challenge that I’m going to set myself.

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Putting you first

The new restrictions have been a shock to our normality and, as a society, we are having to learn how to live and work again – to create our new normal.

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