Jason Russell, Head of Events, Building Societies Association
The BSA Yearbook is the official handbook of the Building Societies Association, containing all the latest facts and figures from the UK's mortgage industry. The 2019/20 edition is now available and features a full list of Building Societies Association Members, in-depth articles and sector insight.
This must-have handbook is for anyone looking to do business with building societies, offering a huge amount of data and key contacts that will give you the best possible picture of the sector. It is perfect for anyone wanting to research the competition, develop marketing plans, source information on potential clients and gain access to market information.
Who are the Building Societies Association members?
The Building Societies Association represents all UK building societies, as well as four credit unions. Together these organisations have total assets of over £420 billion and, together with their subsidiaries, hold residential mortgages of over £330 billion, 23% of the total outstanding in the UK. They also hold over £290 billion of retail deposits, accounting for 19% of all such deposits in the UK, including 38% of all cash ISA balances.
In this year's edition:
- 'Making the Difference' at The Cambridge Building Society
- Hinckley & Rugby Building Society on building society
- Mansfield Building Society addresses housing problems
- Marsden Building Society on lending solutions for all
- Newcastle Building Society on community and branches
- Scotwest Credit Union and Sustainable Goals
- Getting back in the savings habit with the West Brom
- Progressive Building Society paves the way for savings in Northern Ireland
- The BSA on reinvigorating communities
The yearbook is the definitive reference book, and perfect for anyone wanting to research the competition, develop marketing plans, source information on potential clients and gain access to market information.
Printed copies of the yearbook are free of charge to BSA members and associates or £50 (including p&p within the UK) for non-members. To order your copy please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the free online version (requires Flash).