Dale, Samuel
May 2012
Mortgage Strategy;5/21/2012, p031
Trade Publication
An interview with David Webster, chairman of the Building Societies Association, is presented. He describes how it feels to be back as chairman of the association. He cites priorities for societies in the next 12 months. He also talks about the state of consolidation in the sector and the performance of the retail deposit market in 2012.


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