Annual Results 2014

11 February 2015

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Principality Annual Results 2014

Over £7bn assets/6th largest building society in the UK

We were established over 150 years ago to help people buy their own homes and to safeguard their hard earned savings. This remains our core focus.

Excellent Customer Service
Most recommended savings provider in Wales for the second year running*
Customer satisfaction above target at 86.8%

Value for our Members
Paid above the average saving rate on the High Street**

Commitment to the High Street
Opened our 71st outlet in Wales and the borders 
71 branches and agencies

Steady growth and a safe home for our customers’ savings 
Grown assets to £7.3bn
Profits before tax on continuing operations to £53.5m
Strong Capital ratio - 18.2%

Helping people into homes
Helped more than 2300 first-time buyers get onto the property ladder
Supported Help to Buy – Wales
Commended Best Buy-to-Let Mortgage Provider in the Business Moneyfacts Awards 2014

At the heart of our communities
Over 1600 hours of staff volunteering working on local community projects
Over £40,000 invested into our local communities
106 branch sponsorships
Winner of the Corporate Social Responsibility and Community Services – Large Lenders awards at the Mortgage Finance Gazette Awards 2015 
for our community efforts and sponsorship in Wales
Raised over £86,000 for our charity of the year, MS Society Cymru

*Source: GfK NOP Financial Research Survey (FRS), 12 months ending December 2014. Welsh savings account customers giving scores '10-8' in likelihood to recommend savings provider. c. 2,400 adults interviewed p.a. Competitor list includes the following: Barclays, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, NatWest, Nationwide, NS&I, Santander, TSB
** Source: CACI Current Account and Savings Market Database (CSDB)

Published: 11/02/2015