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As part of our continuing strategic theme on promoting excellence in governance, the BSA has published a series of articles, Perspectives on governance in building societies, intended to inform and stimulate debate in the sector.
Survey results: Organisational culture in building societies.
In 2015 the BSA published its first report on Lending into retirement.
This update shows how the market has developed over the two years since.
Lengthening the Ladder: The future of mortgage borrowing in older age
Following on from the BSA's 2015 Lending into Retirement interim report, this report is funded by the BSA, carried out by the ILC and supported by the CML.
The BSA commissioned a specialist governance consultancy, Independent Audit Ltd (IAL), to conduct a survey of building society chairmen to provide insight to the corporate culture and the role of boards in building societies. Read the report here.
The report explores the addition of MMC, particularly offsite construction, into the mainstream repertoire of the UK housing industry: housebuilders, mortgage lenders, surveyors and general insurers.
The BSA consumer information guide
This comprehensive study by MyBnk demonstrates the expertise and energy that many building societies are already applying through various financial education initiatives, and reveals a strong appetite to do more.
Guidance to help building societies and banks to comply with the FSA's Banking Conduct of Business Sourcebook requirements
The BSA's interim report, Lending into Retirement has been published.
Building societies outperform banks across a number of financial indicators, according to a new report by Cass Business School, City University London.
This is the fifth edition of this report from the BSA, and it seeks to investigate current practices in member engagement at building societies and to share innovations and ideas that have been successful.
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