Building Society appoints two new Non-Executive Directors

Earl Shilton Building Society has recently welcomed two new members to its Board. John Stables and Laura Mackie have been appointed as Non-Executive Directors of the Society, with the former becoming a member of the organisation’s Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee, and the latter joining its Assets and Liabilities Committee. A Chartered Accountant by...

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Building Society in safe hands with new Risk Officer

The recently-appointed Risk Officer for Earl Shilton Building Society has said he is looking forward to taking on new challenges with the financial organisation. John Pettitt spent the first 18 years of his career working for some of the largest nationwide companies within the insurance industry and for the past 23 years, he led...

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Do you keep track of your credit rating online?

Your credit rating is an evaluation of the credit risk that you pose to prospective lenders and the likelihood that you’ll be able to pay them back. It’s important to make sure you don’t take on debt that you’re unable to pay off, as this will have a negative effect on your credit rating...

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Barwell branch refurbishment to transform customer experience

Work has now begun on transforming the facilities at our Barwell branch to enhance its services and customer experience. Located at Malt Mill Bank in the Leicestershire village, the branch has been an essential part of the business for many years, and will now be brought in line with its Earl Shilton counterpart, which...

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Building Society staff on the march for charity

A group of staff from Earl Shilton Building Society have taken part in a sponsored walk in the Leicestershire countryside, raising over £480 for the Stroke Association. Mortgage Services Administrator Barbara Deveney organised the route for the walk, which took in five miles of public footpaths in the Market Bosworth area. She was joined by a group of around...

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Do you still save change in a jar or piggy bank?

The piggy bank is a time-honoured tradition passed down generations for centuries and although the amount of hard cash we are using is in sharp decline, a majority of respondents to our September poll are still stashing away their pennies in a jar of some kind. 53% of those who answered our poll either...

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