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Nottingham Building Society and Gen H sign agreement to boost home ownership

Nottingham Building Society will provide Gen H with up to £600m in savings cash over two years to lend to its mortgage customers. The partnership is an endorsement of fintech’s ability to drive innovation in the UK mortgage market and a shared commitment to supporting aspiring homeowners and remortgagers.

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Introducing our Chief Technology & Transformation Officer

We have today announced the appointment of Paul Howley as our first ever Chief Technology and Transformation Officer. In this newly created position, Paul will lead the development of the Society’s technology strategy as well as being a key custodian of business change.

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Doorstep crime

We live in a very digital world but there are still times when in-person crime takes place. Keep yourself safe from bogus callers and doorstep criminals with these hints and tips.

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Phishing, vishing and smishing

There are many ways that fraudsters will try to contact you directly in order to try a scheme. This is called social engineering as they are manipulating their victims into thinking that they are someone of authority that the victim can trust.

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We're backing StoryParks

Nottingham Building Society and Nottingham City Council announce summer collaboration for children's literacy improvement.

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Strategic estate agency alliance with Belvoir Group announced

We have announced plans to enter into a strategic alliance with Belvoir Group PLC. This will see our estate agency and lettings services being delivered through Belvoir’s established network of franchises trading under the brands Belvoir, Northwood, Newton Fallowell and Lovelle from the end of July.

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What can I do to protect myself against fraud?

There are a lot of ways that you can protect yourself from becoming an easy target for these criminals. Here are the main ways to ensure your online and your offline self is as safe as possible.

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Online crime

When it comes to online activity there are many places that fraudsters could try to target innocent internet users. Here are some points to note about online crime.

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In-person crime

In 2018, criminals successfully stole £1.2 billion through fraud and scams (source) which was made up of £345 million in ‘authorised’ fraud and £845 million in ‘unauthorised’ fraud.

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When was the last time you spoke to a financial adviser?

If the answer is never - perhaps you should chat to an independent financial adviser!

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