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Homeowners Friendly rebrands

Homeowners Friendly Society has announced a new brand for the promotion of its financial services.
From todays launch date the Engage Mutual Assurance brand will be the societys primary interface with new customers.
The society will undertake a period of awareness building, underpinned by the sponsorship of the Rugby Super League, which will be renamed Engage Super League prior to an official brand launch in early April.
It also plans to preserve and expand on its other brands including UK Armed Forces Benefit Society, UK Civil Service Benefit Society and childtrustfund.com.

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