National Counties Building Society
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|Building Society (Mutual)|
|Industry||Banking and Financial Services|
|Headquarters||Epsom, England, UK|
|Products||Savings, Mortgages, Investments,
|£3.9 million GBP (December 2007), 12.8% on 2006|
|Total assets||£1.2 billion GBP (December 2007), 11.9% on 2006|
Founded as the Fourth Post Office Mutual Society in 1896, it was renamed as National Counties in 1972 and its membership no longer limited to Post Office staff. Mostly a postal and online based building society, it has one branch in Epsom.
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- National Counties Building Society
- Building Societies Association
- KPMG Building Societies Database 2008
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