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Michelle Monck

Michelle Monck

Consumer Finance Expert
Published: 22/02/2021

Leeds Building Society was commended for High Street Savings Provider of the Year at the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards 2021.

Analysts at Moneyfacts reviewed the savings products of different financial providers in the high street to create a shortlist. These then went forward to a public vote to decide the winners, highly commended and commended brands.

Savings accounts from Leeds Building Society

Leeds Building Society has been helping people save for more than 145 years. The Society offers a range of savings products including cash ISAs, easy access, children’s and online accounts, as well as a range of terms for fixed rate bonds. Customers can open and manage Leeds Building Society savings accounts in a range of ways, including online, by post and in branch.

Find out more about savings from Leeds Building Society.

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About Leeds Building Society

Founded in 1845, Leeds Building Society is now the UK’s fifth-largest building society. Its purpose is to help people save and have the home they want, and it is entirely owned in the interest of its members.

The Society is dedicated to doing the right thing for its members, colleagues and communities. It was the first high street financial services provider to be accredited with the Fair Tax Mark and has held the Carbon Trust Standard for Carbon since 2018. Leeds Building Society is committed to putting its members first, meeting the needs of today as well as those of tomorrow.


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