Newcastle Building Society turns its focus to community and regional development

03 April 2024

The society is the first UK organisation to receive Mutual Value Measurement Accreditation, developed in Australia for the mutuals sector

Newcastle Building Society was formed in 1980 as a result of a merger between the Grainger (founded 1861) and Newcastle Permanent Building Societies (founded 1863) – and over the last six years has been refocusing on community and regional development, and what its true purpose is for the North East of England.

This year, it became the first UK organisation to receive Mutual Value Measurement (MVM) Accreditation, which recognises its ongoing commitment to create value and better serve its members and their communities.

Read the full article, Newcastle Building Society turns its focus to community and regional development, Co-operative News, 2 April 2024

 

The Whitley Bay branch of the Newcastle Building Society (Photo: Co-operative News)
The Whitley Bay branch of the Newcastle Building Society (Photo: Co-operative News)

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