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BSA calls for tigher regulations for conversions

The Building Societies Association has called for the Treasury to tighten the regulations on demutualisation.


The BSA wants conversion motions to be passed only if there is a 50 per cent turn out and a 75 per cent vote in favour from both savers and mortgage borrowrs.


It made call in its evidence to the Treasury select committee inquiry into mutuality this week.

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