Newcastle Permanent Building Society

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Newcastle Permanent Building Society
Building Society (Mutual)
Industry Banking and financial services
Founded 2 February 1903 (as Newcastle District Starr-Bowkett Society), 1939 (as Newcastle Cooperative Building and Investment Society Limited) (2 February 1903 (as Newcastle District Starr-Bowkett Society), 1939 (as Newcastle Cooperative Building and Investment Society Limited))[1]
Headquarters Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Products Retail Banking
Total assets AUD $8.3 billion (2013)[2]
Slogan Fair go banking - since 1903
Here for good
Website www.newcastlepermanent.com.au

The Newcastle Permanent Building Society is a building society based in Newcastle, New South Wales in Australia.

Founded as a Starr-Bowkett Society in the Newcastle suburb of Wickham on 2 February 1903, it was converted to a permanent building society in 1939.[1]

As of 2013, the Newcastle Permanent has total assets of over $8.3 billion, the largest of any building society in Australia by assets.[2]

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