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BSA Associates CUNA Mutual Group


Head office: One Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BD


Phone: 0121 359 0221 Fax: 0870 0510334 Website: www.cunamutual.co.uk


Key contacts Derek Parrott - Business Development Manager Tel: 07768 556 778 Email: Derek.parrott@cunamutual.co.uk


Alison Halstead - Key Account Manager Tel: 07595 894 632 Email: alison.halstead@cunamutual.co.uk


About us CUNA Mutual Group is a global organisation which has been trading in the USA since 1935. In 2013 CUNA Mutual Group was recognised as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute and has consistently achieved an A (Excellent) financial strength rating from A.M. Best. In the UK CUNA Mutual Group Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, was


Deloitte


Head office: Principal office for the Building Society team: 1 City Square Leeds LS1 2AL


Phone: 0113 243 9021 Fax: 0113 244 5580 Website: www.deloitte.co.uk


Key contacts North: Steve Williams Tel: 0113 292 1231; Email: stephenwilliams@deloitte.co.uk Midlands: Matt Perkins Tel: 0121 695 5951; Email: maperkins@deloitte.co.uk South: Simon Cleveland Tel: 0117 984 2739; Email: scleveland@deloitte.co.uk South East - Elanor Gill Tel: 0118 322 2201; Email: egill@deloitte.co.uk London: Oliver Grundy Tel: 020 7303 5312; Email: ogrundy@deloitte.co.uk


About us Deloitte is one of the fastest growing professional services firms in the UK with offices in 20 locations and over 11,000 staff nationwide. We provide professional services and advice to many


leading businesses, government departments and public sector bodies and publish many influential studies and thought leadership pieces in our own right. Deloitte delivers quality audits and comprehensive solutions to complex business challenges across a multitude of disciplines.


Over 2,000 professionals work in our largest industry sector; UKFinancial Services. Within this practice, a dedicated building society group, led from Leeds, provides a unique integrated service approach that combines audit, tax, consulting and other advisory services. We provide external audit services to three of the top seven societies amongst others of all sizes. Deloitte delivers a breadth and depth of financial services expertise for a large part of the financial services sector.


Deloitte is committed to serving the building societies market and recognises the importance and advantages of mutuality. We believe in the importance of the customer; a culture we share. As a result we are the fastest growing building society practice in the UK.


Drainage and Water Searches Network


Head office: Drainage and Water Searches Network 50 Broadway, Westminster London SW1H 0RG


Phone: 020 7152 4680 Website: www.con29drainagewater.co.uk Email: CON29DW@lodestaruk.com


Key contacts • John Pickford - Thames Water Property Searches (Chair) • Mark Jarvis - Severn Trent Retail and Utility Searches • Kevin W Brown - Geodesys


About us The Drainage and Water Searches Network (DWSN) is made up of the organisations that provide the authoritative and source data for the CON29DW Drainage and Water Enquiry. This was set up to promote good practice and recognised standards within the specialist property search sector. It also provides a recognised focal point for communication with all of our key stakeholders.


As providers of essential property search information to building societies’ customers, we are keen to work with lenders in the: • development of an improved home-buying process • provision of an exemplary framework for property information with consumer protection at its heart, thereby mitigating the risk to both lenders and homebuyers.


established in 1976 to provide great value simple protection insurance products to Mutual organisations and their members.


Our products are developed with a focus on meeting customers’ needs and we operate with the future in mind, ensuring that regulatory changes do not represent a barrier to business but potentially create opportunities. We support our partners with offering our products on an advised and non-advised basis. Our products may be offered on- line, face to face or by paper based application.


Our commitment to the UK Building Society market has been repaid as we have secured the commitment of a number of UK building societies as our partners in recent years. We provide a full end to end solution that means changing insurance partner to CUNA Mutual Group Limited is a simple process which will have only a positive impact on your business.


Our approach, and in particular the personalised account management support we offer, is helping our partners achieve great results. Due to this it’s not just us who are happy with our products and service it’s also our partners and ultimately their members! Why not contact us to find out more...


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