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The contribution of the FTSE4Good Index to socially responsible investment

In a fast moving world, individuals and organisations need to make quick decisions based on sound judgement supported by accurate data. As a result,...

Converting to a Public Limited Company – PLC

On Wednesday, July 12, 1989, Abbey National Building Society converted to become Abbey National plc. This case study tells the story of how that...

The virtuous circle of mutuality

The virtuous circle of mutuality In recent times there has been much debate in the financial services sector as to whether Building Societies should remain...

Adding value to the case for building societies

Building societies are mutual organisations.  This means that they have no shareholders and operate solely in the interests of their members. A member is...

The route to fast food franchising

When the McDonald brothers, Dick and Mac opened their first restaurant in 1940 in San Bernardino, California, they could never have imagined the phenomenal...

Securing customers interests through mutual ownership

The changing market for building societies Building societies have a long history of caring for their members. They encourage them to save and help them...

Businesses and taxation

Business growth Many business owners regard business growth as desirable. So, too, do governments. There are many ways in which businesses can grow e.g. by: increasing...

Building Societies and other types of organisation

Building societies date back to the late eighteenth century. The first known building society was set up in 1775. This was to enable people...

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