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Building Societies Annual Conference 2023

Event,
Contact:
jason russell,
Last updated:
01 June 2022

WE'RE HEADING BACK TO LIVERPOOL IN 2023! Following the success of this year's Building Societies Annual Conference we will be returning to Liverpool next year. Details of the conference will be added to the dedicated website over the coming months, so keep an eye out ...

Women in Finance Charter

Page,
Contact:
hilary mcvitty,
Last updated:
10 November 2017

The Building Societies Association was proud to  sign up to the Women in Finance Charter .  We have committed to work to increase the number of women, as the under-represented gender in our small leadership team, to 30% by 2021. Our positive action includes an insistence on...

Building Societies Annual Conference 2022

Speech webcast,
Contact:
jason russell,
Last updated:
11 May 2022

Click on the links below to view the available presentations from this year's conference. To download, right-click the highlighted speaker or presentation name and choose the option "Save link as...". If the presentation you require isn't showing as available this means t...

BSA event showcases major investment in branches and communities

Blog,
Contact:
robert thickett,
Last updated:
18 September 2019

Branch transformation, the future of the high street and focused charitable investment were the three main topics of discussion at the BSA’s Reinvigorating Communities event on 9 September. This followed the BSA’s research earlier in the year, which emphasised the buildi...

Guest blog: The future of cash - the vinyl of the banking industry

Blog,
Contact:
wayne duke,
Last updated:
06 October 2020

Ahead of his appearance at the BSA's Digital Mutual  on the 3rd and 4th November, Wayne Duke, principal architect at Sopra Banking Software, discusses the similarities between banking and the music industry. Could a push for digital services in banking compliment rather than...