Last week the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies announced plans to charter a thrift so its members can make loans to policyholders.

The Indianapolis-based group-whose 1,200 members account for a third of all property/casualty insurance premiums in the United States-figures the people who buy personal, agricultural, and small-business insurance will take out personal, farm, and small commercial loans as well.

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