Annual General Meeting 2007

SWEDEN


Annual General Meeting 2007

Director's retirement and Results of shareholder voting                 
As planned, Mr Michael Marks ceased to be a member of the Board of Old
Mutual plc (the Company) at the end of the Company's Annual General
Meeting (the AGM) held in London earlier today.  He had been a Director
of the Company since February 2004. Commenting at the AGM, Chris
Collins, Chairman of the Company, thanked Mr Marks warmly for his
significant contribution to the Board.
At the AGM, all of the resolutions set out in the Notice of Meeting sent
to shareholders as part of the Report and Accounts and Summary Financial
Statements for the year ended 31 December 2006 were voted on by a poll,
and the results of the votes cast on the polls were as follows:


Ordinary Resolutions
Resolution 1  To receive and adopt the directors' report and accounts
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,810,830,189   1,967,510       99.93        6,413,431
Resolution 2  To declare a final dividend of 4.15 pence per ordinary
              share
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,815,469,616    168,829        99.99        3,592,776
Resolution 3  Election of Mr J C Nicholls as a director of the Company
(i)
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,810,691,700   1,119,976       99.96        7,397,855
Resolution 3  Election of Mr B Nqwababa as a director of the Company
(ii)
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,809,858,333   1,303,057       99.95        8,048,141
Resolution 3  Election of Mr L H Otterbeck as a director of the Company
(iii)
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,811,788,762   1,114,560       99.96        6,305,399
Resolution 3  Re-election of Mr C D Collins as a director of the
(iv)          Company
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,812,692,028    958,766        99.97        5,580,427
Resolution 3  Re-election of Mr J V F Roberts as a director of the
(v)           Company
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,786,118,762  9,971,030    99.64         23,123,449
Resolution 4  Re-appointment of KPMG Audit Plc as auditors to the
              Company
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,783,940,615  10,549,301       99.62       24,711,305
Resolution 5  Authority to the Group Audit and Risk Committee of the
              Company to settle the remuneration of the auditors
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,810,056,611   3,168,099       99.89        5,975,899
Resolution 6  Approval of the Remuneration Report in the Company's
              report and accounts
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,453,741,960  344,922,846      87.68       20,545,643
Resolution 7  Approval of proposals arising from the closure of the
              Company's Unclaimed Shares Trusts
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,800,708,336  4,574,525    99.84         13,926,854
Resolution 8  Authority to allot relevant securities up to an aggregate
              nominal amount of £55,009,000
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld    2,438,807,540  374,173,883      86.70        5,826,885
Special Resolutions
Resolution 9  Authority to allot equity securities up to a maximum
              nominal aggregate amount of £27,504,000
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,459,018,515  353,633,160      87.43        6,158,842
              Authority in accordance with section 166 of the Companies
Resolution 10 Act 1985 to purchase up to 550,090,000 Ordinary Shares of
              10p each in the Company by way of market purchase
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,810,630,662   3,563,066       99.87        4,614,579
              Approval of contingent purchase contracts to enable up to
              a maximum of 550,090,000 Ordinary Shares in the Company
Resolution 11 to be bought back on the JSE Limited, the Malawi Stock
              Exchange, Namibian Stock Exchange, the Stockholm Stock
              Exchange and the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.
                In favour      Against     % in favour  Votes withheld
              2,807,228,994   4,278,373       99.85        7,222,098
Each of the resolutions was accordingly duly passed.

24 May 2007
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About Old Mutual
Old Mutual plc is an international savings and wealth management company
based in the UK. Originating in South Africa in 1845, the group has a
balanced portfolio of businesses offering asset management, life
assurance, banking and general insurance services in over 40 countries,
primarily South Africa, Europe and the United States. Old Mutual is
listed on the London, Johannesburg and Stockholm stock exchanges, among
others.
By conducting its business worldwide under its core values of integrity,
respect and accountability, Old Mutual aspires to push beyond boundaries
to drive value for all its stakeholders.
In the year ended 31 December 2006, the group reported an increase in
adjusted operating profit of 16% to £1.4 billion (IFRS basis). Old
Mutual had £239 billion of funds under management at 31 December 2006,
and 53,000 employees.
For further information about Old Mutual plc, visit www.oldmutual.com

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