Welcome to Statewide Mutual
Australia’s largest member owned local government self-insurance pool.
General Manager at Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council
“My council values an insurance and risk management service that is owned by local government acting in the best interests of local government to support our communities. As a member of Statewide Mutual, we are proud of this successful collaboration of the sector working proactively together to develop and implement best practice risk management strategies which has delivered scale and capacity benefits for councils large and small.”
CEO at Riverina Water County Council
“Riverina Water has enjoyed an effective working relationship with Statewide Mutual for many years. Our account manager is always responsive to our requests and ready to support us whenever we need. We’ve seen nothing but highly competitive and fit-for-purpose results that meet our needs – every time.”
General Manager at The Hills Shire Council
Since joining Statewide Mutual, we’ve developed a valuable relationship that’s based on trust, collaboration and respect. The Mutual has provided support in our business continuity planning and climate change risk management. As they say in cricket, you don’t have to recover from a good start! I’m thankful for our partnership, and I look forward to many more years together ahead.
General Manager at Liverpool Plains Shire Council
For me, history is important; Statewide exists because no else cared. The big players didn’t want to touch local government in the 1990s because we were seen as high risk. So we came together and created this cooperative to look after ourselves when no one else would.
Statewide is different because we all own it, we all share in it and we look after each other. It’s about members, not profits.
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