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BSA Associates Norton Rose Fulbright


Head office: 3 More London Riverside London SE1 2AQ


Phone: 020 7283 6000 Fax: 020 7283 6500 Website: www.nortonrosefulbright.com


Key contacts Martin Scott - Global head of corporate, M&A and securities Tel: 020 7444 3510; Email: martin.scott@nortonrosefulbright.com Stephen Rigby - Partner Tel: 020 7444 3525; Email: stephen.rigby@nortonrosefulbright.com Chris Randall - Partner Tel: 020 7444 3642; Email: chris.randall@nortonrosefulbright.com


About us Norton Rose Fulbright is a top 10 global legal practice. We focus our practice on six key industries which means that we know how our clients businesses work and understand what drives their industries.


We have particular strength in financial institutions and act for a wide range of clients including building societies and other UK


Ordnance Survey


Head office: Adanac Drive, Sothampton, SO16 0AS


Phone: 0845 605 0505 Fax: 0845 099 0494 Website: www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/ financialservices Email: greg.davis@ ordnancesurvey.co.uk


Ordnance Survey provides the most up to date information possible on the constantly changing landscape. Every day up to 10 000 changes to the geographic landscape of are captured by our surveyors and the latest technology, maintaining the geographic database of Great Britain, recording just less than half a billion individual features.


Working in collaboration with Royal Mail and Local Authorities we provide and maintain intelligence on over 30 million addresses creating the definitive address database available. Our mapping products are available via web mapping services or one of our partners. Ordnance Survey,


Great Britain’s national mapping authority are delighted to be associated with the Building Society Association and look forward unlocking the true value of the vast amounts of data currently held by members using geo- spatial intelligence.


We see the detail, so you see the bigger picture.


To find out how your organisation could benefit from using geographic intelligence, visit www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/bsa


Or contact: Richard Brocklebank, Business Development Manager Financial Services


focused institutions, including insurance companies and asset managers as well as some of the world’s largest banks.


Our offering to building societies is based on the following areas of expertise: • M&A - we have real strength in mergers and acquisitions of financial institutions, and are one of a limited number of legal practices to have advised on building society mergers in recent years;


• Capital markets - we have experience of advising on capital markets products designed to satisfy the particular requirements of mutuality, as well as more general products such as EMTN programmes and covered bonds; and


• Regulation and investigations - we are recognised for our market leading financial services practice and have particular skills in the application of the Basel 3 rules to capital instruments, the FCA conduct of business rules and the FCA investigations.


For practical, industry focused advice, please call one of the contacts above.


PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP


Head office: 1 Embankment Place London WC2N 6RH


Phone: 020 7583 5000 Fax: 020 7804 1001 Website: www.pwc.com


Key Contacts Iwan Griffiths


Tel: 0161 245 2288; Email: iwan.griffiths@uk.pwc.com Nick Elliott Tel: 0161 245 2264; Email: nick.elliott@uk.pwc.com Claire Sandford Tel: 020 7212 8519; Email: claire.l.sandford@uk.pwc.com Heather Varley Tel: 0161 245 2361; Email: heather.varley@uk.pwc.com Gary Shaw Tel: 0113 289 4367; Email: gary.shaw@uk.pwc.com


About us We aim to be recognised as the UK’s leading professional services firm; bringing real value to our clients, investing in our people and


supporting local communities. With more than 16,000 partners and staff in offices around the UK we are able to draw on the knowledge and skills of our people and of colleagues in our global network of firms. We provide a wide range of services to building societies including: • Assurance - including statutory audit, regulatory compliance, internal audit controls optimisation, independent controls and process assurance and transaction services.


• Tax - including corporate tax advisory, indirect taxes, corporate tax compliance and outsourcing.


• Consulting - including revenue growth, channel management and product profitability, strategic cost management and finance transformation.


• Business recovery - including advising on transaction and underperformance issues, including refinancing and restructuring.


• Corporate finance. • Human resource services - including reward and compensation, pensions and retirement, HR management, human capital metrics and benchmarking.


• Forensic services - including anti-money laundering and forensic technology solutions.


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