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The Victoria Mutual Group
The Victoria Mutual Group operates on the principles of "Mutuality" and is made up of a network of financial and other related services provided through our four member and affiliated companies aimed at meeting all the financial needs of our Members and clients. Our suite of products and services includes savings, mortgages, wealth management, money transfer, real estate and general insurance.
Victoria Mutual began operations with The Victoria Mutual Building Society which was first opened its doors in 1878. Our founders, a group of Clergymen, led by then Rector of the Kingston Parish Church, Reverend G.W. Downer, formed The Victoria Mutual Building Society (VMBS) with a vision of "meeting the needs of the deserving thrifty". VMBS' founding fathers had a goal of finding a way to partner with industrious, but financially excluded Jamaicans, to assist them with savings and home acquisition.
Recognizing that the needs of its members have continued to change over the years, Victoria Mutual has sought to remain abreast of these changes, with a view to ensuring that its product and service offerings remain relevant and meet the needs of Members and customers. This has resulted in the expansion of its service offerings beyond the traditional savings and loans to include wealth management, money transfer services, real estate services and general insurance through our strategic business units.
The Victoria Mutual Group encompasses a network of financial and other services through its member companies: The Victoria Mutual Building Society (VMBS), Victoria Mutual Wealth Management Limited (VMWM), Victoria Mutual Property Services Limited (VMPS), Victoria Mutual Money Transfer Services (VMTS), Prime Asset Management and our strategic partner British Caribbean Insurance Company (BCIC) .
Together the Victoria Mutual Group of Companies provides a suite of products and services that includes:
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