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Mark Bogard, chief executive of the Family Building Society, said: "Unlike the big banks, we don't want to be all things to all people.
No investor has lost money with a building society since 1945.
The building society is using privileged information of clients' assets to try and sell a third-party product which they are receiving commission for.
Although Britannia is the only building society to pay out cash bonuses to members, most societies do reward their customers.
James Ramsbotham, chairman of Darlington Building Society, said: "The board of Darlington Building Society owes David a huge debt of gratitude for the diligent, skilled and conscientious way he has led the society over the past few years and he will be greatly missed.
Having no shareholders means no dividends to pay, allowing profit to be ploughed back into the business to provide safety, security and even better value for members and customers of the building society.
This appointment will enable Darlington Building Society and the region to have a voice alongside other representatives from the industry.
COVENTRY Building Society is in talks with rival firm Stroud and Swindon over plans for a possible merger.
Dear Sir, I was pleased to see the letter in the Birmingham Post from Mr Kenneth Jackson, in which he congratulates West Bromwich Building Society on their 160th anniversary.
So much was put in to building society accounts in October that it was almost as much as all the first six months of the year.
THERE'S jobs joy on Tyneside today with Newcastle Building Society announcing major expansion plans.
Stephen Williams, head of the building societies team at Deloitte, said: "In the wake of Nationwide's takeover of Portman Building Society, we predict a further five mergers in 2007, as struggling building societies look for white knight mutual merger partners.