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The Building Societies Annual Conference is the leading event in the sector bringing together over 600 chairmen, chief executives, and directors from their member organisations. The event will gather building societies and mutual finance services.
This conference is the voice for building societies and for some other mutual financial service providers. Together these organisations serve around 26 million customers across the UK.
They speak out on issues that are relevant to building societies and their members (borrowers and savers). They provide technical information to their members on a huge range of topics. Their economists and specialist policy teams have expertise covering mortgages and housing; savings; financial policy and legal, governance, and compliance matters.
Building societies have total assets of nearly £500 billion, and hold residential mortgage balances of over £366 billion – this equates to 23% of all outstanding mortgages in the UK. They also hold over £342 billion of retail deposits – 18% of all such deposits in the UK. BSA members employ 51,500 full and part-time staff and operate through approximately 1,300 branches.