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Teachers Building Society Triumphs Again in Consistency Survey

Feb 22, 2010

The first Moneyfacts consistency survey of 2010 has named Teachers Building Society among the top 5 most consistent savings providers.

The survey found that over 70% of the most consistent savings accounts are provided by building societies, with Teachers’ products achieving four places in the top ten tables.

The ‘Call Save’ easy access account from Teachers was ranked 2nd and 3rd in the tables looking at the most consistent no notice accounts over the last 36 and 18 months respectively, while the Society’s ‘Minster 90 Plus’ and ‘Minster 60’ accounts both feature in the table listing the most consistent notice accounts over the last 36 months.

Marketing Manager Mike Hislop says “We strive to offer the best rates we possibly can to both our savers and borrowers and we are delighted to have achieved this recognition again from Moneyfacts, after being named the most consistent savings provider in their survey published last summer. To achieve such accolades in the unprecedented financial environment we still find ourselves in is especially pleasing.”

Teachers Building Society was founded over forty years ago by the National Union of Teachers and the Society remains committed to mutuality and dedicated to providing mortgages for teachers, with its savings products available to everyone.

Moneyfacts.co.uk is a leading independent provider of personal finance information. For more details about the Moneyfacts consistency survey, visit www.moneyfacts.co.uk and click on ‘press centre’.