Executives at 440 Financial Group are expecting their company to reap big benefits from a decision by its parent to go public.

State Mutual Life Assurance Co., a Massachusetts insurance company owned by its policyholders, is converting to a public stock company. The move, known in the insurance industry as a "demutualization," is designed to improve State Mutual's access to capital.

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