Anthony Murphy joins as Chief Financial Officer
We are delighted to announce Anthony Murphy as our new Chief Financial Officer. Anthony will join the Society in March 2023 to lead the Finance team, continue our strong financial performance and drive strategic growth.
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.
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.
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.
Ten tips for financially independent teenagers
The Bank of Mum and Dad being available as a constant cash machine probably isn’t a situation that you’re keen on. This is why it’s important to encourage teenagers to make, manage and respect their own funds. On to the ten tips that could help mould your teen into a financial guru!
How The Nottingham supported local communities during coronavirus pandemic
Alongside prioritising support for our members and teams, our response to coronavirus has included tripling our planned charitable donations for the first half of 2020 to £100,000.
11 ways for kids to enjoy staying at home
Self-isolation, social distancing and home working are the buzzwords of the week and we’re sure you’re after ideas to keep children (and yourselves!) active, happy and engaged throughout the next few weeks and potentially months.