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The Medical Defence Union Limited ("MDU") is legally obliged to send members the Annual Report & Accounts, notice of general meetings, proxy forms and certain other documents and information (statutory communications). The MDU is very pleased to be able to offer you the opportunity to receive statutory communications electronically. This can enhance the speed and convenience of communication and help to reduce costs and paper usage.
If you would like to receive the Annual Report and Accounts electronically, including notification by email, simply log in to My membership. If you haven't already registered you will need to do this first.
Simply go to My membership and log in or register.
To view the documents you will need Adobe Reader. If you have any difficulties accessing the documents, please contact us.
If at any point you change your mind and wish to revert to receiving statutory communications in paper format, please revisit My membership and change your preferences.
Each year we will send you an email containing:
We will also send you an email containing notice of any other general meeting and a link to any other statutory communications.
If we are advised that an email notification has failed, we will send you notification by post.
The company takes all reasonable precautions to ensure no computer viruses are present in email communications it sends but the company cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage arising from the opening or use of any email or attachments from the company.
In certain circumstances, when dealing with highly sensitive or confidential information, we may want to send you content using Egress email encryption software. In these circumstances we will contact you with further details on Egress encryption.
If you require more information about receiving statutory communications electronically please do not hesitate to contact the freephone membership helpline on 0800 716 376.