The virtuous circle of mutuality
A Yorkshire Building Society case study

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In recent times there has been much debate in the financial services sector as to whether Building Societies should remain true to their roots and traditions and retain Mutual Status, or whether they should become Public Limited Companies, selling shares to the general public in order to increase their access to finance.

This case study focuses on the way in which one Building Society - The Yorkshire Building Society has remained loyal to its tradition and to its members - the virtuous circle of mutuality.

Yorkshire Building Society | The virtuous circle of mutuality


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