You are here: Home - Remortgage - News -

Nottingham and Shepshed Building Societies merge

Written by:
Nottingham and Shepshed Building Societies have merged under the Nottingham brand, as planned.

The two East Midlands-based societies announced their intention to merge in December 2012 and this has been completed today following member approval and FCA ratification.

Shepshed’s three branches have been rebranded and account holders are now members of The Nottingham.

At its close, the Shepshed was the third smallest building society in the country by asset size, ahead of only Penrith and City of Derry building societies.

The combined building society now has more than 220,000 members and assets of £2.7bn.

All Shepshed branches will remain open for a minimum of three years and the combined society now has a network of 34 branches.

There are 0 Comment(s)

If you wish to comment without signing in, click your cursor in the top box and tick the 'Sign in as a guest' box at the bottom.

Your Mortgage Guides

Your Mortgage Award Winners 2019-2020

Download our guide to the best mortgage lenders in the UK

Read More >

Read previous post:
Help to Buy could be ‘hazard to economy’ – Taylor Wimpey CEO

The head of one of the UK