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Paul Winter, CEO, comments on the latest Budget announcement
“It is clear from the latest Budget announcement that the UK economy is not growing as quickly as originally forecast, with further global economic issues looming on the horizon. It is unlikely interest rates will rise any time soon given the forecast for inflation...
Press releaseIpswich Building Society strengthens its senior management team with four new appointments
Ipswich Building Society has made four new appointments to its senior management team. Ashley Burton has been appointed to the position of Head of Change, Chris Brook to Head of Retail Operations, Rebecca Newman to Secretary and Denise Wilson to Head of Risk & Compliance.
Press releaseIpswich Building Society 2015 Full Year Results
Society announces its results for the year ending 30th November 2015, showing its continued efforts at building a resilient platform and strong capital foundation in the face of changing regulatory requirements and significant upgrades to its IT infrastructure.
Press releaseIpswich Building Society announces its support of 2016’s Twilight 10k & 5k Road Race in aid of Inspire Suffolk
Ipswich Building Society has announced it is continuing its sponsorship of the Twilight 10k & 5k Road Races organised by the Ipswich JAFFA Running Club in association with Ipswich Borough Council and Suffolk New College.
Press releaseDr. Suzannah Lipscomb, presenter of BBC 4’s Hidden Killers series, to speak at Ipswich Building Society’s AGM
The star of BBC4’s Hidden Killers series and Channel 5’s Witch Hunt: A Century of Murder will give a talk on why we should care about what happened in the past and what it can teach us about living life today...