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Five minutes with... Ian Stockley

We catch up with Ian Stockley, Business Development Manager, to find out how he'd improve the mortgage market, how he thinks his job will change in the future and how working from home has given him more energy.

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Ipswich Building Society Announces 2017 Full Year Results

Ipswich Building Society has announced its financial results for the year ending 30th November 2017, a period marked by strong mortgage growth, low risk lending and further investment in its retail branch network.

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Ipswich Building Society announces changes to its Board

Ipswich Building Society has announced the appointment of existing Non-Executive Director Alan Harris as Chairman, effective 1st December 2017, following the retirement of Sarah Evans who joined the Board in 2008 and has been in the chair since 2013.

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Ipswich Building Society extends its risk and compliance team with two new appointments

Ipswich Building Society has appointed finance industry veterans, Mark Nash and David Ridley, as new managers in its risk and compliance team.

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Richard Norrington comments on the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee’s statement that interest rates are likely to rise sooner than previously thought

Speculation on future base rate changes unsettles the market, and can be a frustrating time for those seeking to purchase or remortgage who may wish they had a crystal ball. Whilst borrowers may see a fixed rate deal as the most suitable answer, they should not automatically write off a discount option."

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