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Building Societies put in strong performance in 2002/2003

Building Societies have performed strongly in 2002/2003, increasing its assets by more than 12 per cent, according to the latest KPMG Building Societies database.

The report shows total assets now stand at £193.6bn up from around £173bn.

Building Society Association director-general Adrian Coles says: “KMPG&#39s Building Societies Database shows that the sector is continuing to do well in a very competitive market.”

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