AMICE collaborates and coordinates with a number of organisations and associations.


In the conduct of its overall activities, AMICE reaches out, through partnerships, to several organisations and associations that have areas of commonality with its focus and messaging. These are:

The United Nations Environment Programme

AMICE is a supporting institution for the Principles for Sustainable Insurance

The International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF)

ICMIF is the global federation representing mutual and cooperative insurers. AMICE and ICMIF work closely together and have a Memorandum of Understanding in place. This covers roles, governance, membership and cooperation.

Social Economy Europe (SEE)

SEE represents the totality of social economy enterprises and organisations in Europe. It also provides the secretariat for the European Parliament’s Social Economy Intergroup.

AMICE is a member of Social Economy Europe.

Association internationale de la mutualité (AIM)

AIM is an international organisation of health mutuals and health insurance bodies. Their members operate on a not-for-profit model, in which all surpluses are used to benefit their members and they comply with the principle of solidarity between members.

Insurance Europe (Memorandum of Understanding)

Insurance Europe comprises of the national associations representing insurers across Europe. AMICE and Insurance Europe work closely together under a Memorandum of Understanding.

Global Federation of Insurance Associations (GFIA)

GFIA is the global representative federation for the insurance industry, compromising more than 40 insurance associations and representing almost 90% of global re/insurance premiums.

Federation of European and International Associations (FAIB)

FAIB represents international and European associations based in Belgium.

CRO Forum

AMICE engages with the CRO Forum on matters of mutual interest, predominantly around the prudential regulation agenda.

Pan-European Insurance Forum (PEIF)

AMICE engages with the PEIF on aspects of European regulatory policy.


BIPAR represents the interest of the intermediary community. AMICE engages with BIPAR on a variety of policy areas.

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AMICE is involved in several projects in which the mutual/cooperative insurance community has an interest. These include:


Horizon 2020 project on quality control in sustainable activities

Mannheim 2021

Workshop on mutuality and social innovation/governance models of mutuals/cooperatives/gender equality in mutual/cooperative insurers – with AIM

“Eliminating violence and harassment in the world of work”
with UniEuropa

“Climate change in the agricultural sector”
assisting AMICE member Unipol


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