2018 results: a positive year for the Society
We've announced our financial results for last year - despite the uncertain economic and political landscape, the Society reports a profitable year and remains focused on providing long term sustainable value to members, while investing further in our retail branch network.
CorporateWomen in finance - from 1849 to present
We've signed up to the Women in Finance Charter, committing us to improving gender balance across the UK Finance sector. Fairness and equality are at the core of our business model as they have been since we were founded as the Ipswich & Suffolk Freehold Land Society (FLS) in 1849.
CorporateCountdown to Brexit - what happens now?
After almost two years of painstaking negotiations, one withdrawn vote, one leadership challenge and no fewer than twenty-one government resignations, Parliament has voted overwhelmingly to reject Theresa May’s much-maligned and controversial Brexit deal.
CorporateA message from Richard Norrington, CEO, about changes to savings rates
Richard Norrington, CEO, confirms the Society's actions for savings rates following the increase to the Bank of England Base Rate.