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Chelsea Building Society announces record mortgage lending

Chelsea Building Society&#39s gross lending increased 12 per cent to £739m in 1998.


Its retail funding increased by 13 per cent to £448m and savers&#39 balances grew by £450m.


Its pre-tax profits were up 12 per cent to £33.5m and total assets increased by 15 per cent to more than £4bn.

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