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BSA Associates Addleshaw Goddard LLP


Head office: Sovereign House Sovereign Street Leeds LS1 1HQ


Phone: 0113 209 2000 Fax: 0113 209 2060 Website: www.addleshawgoddard.com Email: adam.bennett@addleshaw goddard.com DX No: 12004 LEEDS


Key contacts Partner - Adam Bennett Tel: 0113 209 2028 Email: adam.bennett@addleshawgoddard.com


Partner, Ben Koehne Tel: 020 7160 3100 Email: ben.koehne@addleshawgoddard.com


Partner, Rosanna Bryant Tel: 0113 209 2048 Email: rosanna.bryant@addleshawgoddard.com


Partner, Neil Woolhouse Tel: 0113 209 2289 Email: neil.woolhouse@addleshawgoddard.com


About us Addleshaw Goddard is a leading UK law firm focussed on delivering the highest quality advice and excellent client service. We listen, think and we aim to achieve real commercial value for clients by drawing together professionals from across our leading Commercial, Corporate, Employment, Litigation, Finance and Property practices. With over 168 partners and over 400 other lawyers spread across three strong UK offices in London, Leeds and Manchester we can field quality professionals where and when needed.


Addleshaw Goddard can justifiably claim to be a leading provider of legal advice to building societies, advising 28 of the 45 building societies in the UK, as well as in excess of 160 financial institutions.


ADT Fire & Security


Head office: ADT Fire And Security The summit, Security House Sunbury-on Thames TW16 5DB


Phone: 01932 743 333 Website: www.adt.co.uk Email: mcmallet@tycoint.com


Key contacts Paul Ryan - Account Director, ADT


About us ADT: Help Protect the Financial Community and its customers. The challenge that the financial industry faces increase almost daily as criminal activity becomes more sophisticated, identity theft and fraud become widespread, and on-line security is a rising challenge. Now, more than ever before, Banks and Financial Institutions need sophisticated solutions to protect themselves and their customers. ADT is the largest Security company with over 8 million customers, a revenue in excess of $7billion and over 60 000 employees worldwide.


Advanced Integrated Solutions • Enterprise Access Control • Video Management Systems • Intrusion Detection & Control • Fire & Life Safety • RFID • Integrated systems • Central Station Monitoring Services • Operations & Environment Control Systems


Visit www.adt.co.uk for more information.


Airdrie Savings Bank


Head office: 56 Stirling Street Airdrie North Lanarkshire ML6 0AW


Phone: 01236 766 851 Website: www.airdriesavingsbank.com Email: info@airdriesavingsbank.com


Key contacts Rod Ashley - Chief Executive Officer


About us Airdrie Savings Bank was established in 1835 and is the only remaining independent savings bank in the UK. A community based, financial organisation owned by its depositors, it provides a full range of banking services to personal and business customers. The bank is governed by a Board of Trustees, all non-executive, appointed to represent the interests of depositors. Given its mutual structure and focus on local communities Airdrie Savings Bank is more similar in character to building societies than other banks. The bank specialises in providing bridging finance for house purchase in Scotland.


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