Yorkshire Building Society

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**Yorkshire Building Society, since 1864

Starting back in 1864, Yorkshire Building Society is one of the largest building societies in the UK. Yorkshire BS has 2.8 million members and assets of over £30 billion. The Yorkshire has 178 branches backed up by a network of agencies spanning the country.

**Yorkshire Building Society, Strategies

Strategies include making sure :
- Understand and meet the needs of customers.
- Improve by investing in people, technology and processes.
- Add value by providing a wider range of products and services (savings & investments, mortgages, insurance, conveyancing, sharedealing or shareplans) to members and other financial institutions.
- Keep this mutual status.

**Yorkshire Building Society, subsidiary companies

Yorkshire BS operates a number of subsidiary companies which include Yorkshire Guernsey , Yorkshire Key Services and Accord Mortgages . It has also launched an innovative branch sharing agreement, MutualPlus , with the Britannia.

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