The Cambridge Building Society

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Cambridge Building Society
Type Building Society (Mutual)
Industry Banking and Financial Services
Headquarters 51 Newmarket Road,
Cambridge, England, UK
Products Savings, Mortgages, Investments,
Loans, Insurance
Net income £1 million GBP (December 2010), Green Arrow Up.svg150% on 2009
Total assets £942 million GBP (December 2010), Green Arrow Up.svg4.2% on 2009
The Cambridge Building Society head office on Newmarket Road, Cambridge.

The Cambridge Building Society is a UK building society based in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. It is the 13th largest in the United Kingdom based on total assets of £942 million at 31 December 2010.[1] It is a member of the Building Societies Association.

The Society was formed in 1850 as the Cambridgeshire Permanent Benefit Building Society, adopting its current name in 1945.[2] There is no connection between this Society and the Cambridge Foresters’ Benefit Building Society which was dissolved in 1960 or the Cambridge Peers Economic Building Society which was dissolved in 1972.


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  2. ^ Extract from Building Societies Yearbook 2007/8 (p. 125) Building Societies Association (retrieved 10 January 2008)

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