Lambeth Building Society

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The Lambeth Building Society was a UK building society. It was founded in February 1852 as The Number Three Borough of Lambeth Permanent Benefit Building Society.[1]

It merged with the Portman Building Society in 2006.[2] At the time of the merger, the Lambeth was the 20th largest building society in the UK, with assets of £1 billion.[3] It was based in the south of London, with 9 branches and approximately 130 employees.

Following Portman's merger with Nationwide Building Society, branches now bear the Nationwide name.

References[edit]

  1. ^ London Se1 Community Website
  2. ^ Building Society Mergers and Conversions since 1980 Building Societies Association website (Retrieved 5 April 2007)
  3. ^ Lambeth Building Society announces decision to merge with Portman London SE1 Community Website (Retrieved 27 May 2008)