Thursday 24 March 2011 sees the unveiling of The Cambridge Building Society for the future. The rebranding journey of The Cambridge has been a significant one, ensuring that it preserves the core values which have provided financial security and outstanding personal service in the heartland of East Anglia since 1850.

Cambridge Building Society Profile
Cambridge Building Society and has been in existance since 1850.
Head Office
Cambridge Building Society
PO Box 232
51 Newmarket Road
Tel 01223 727727
Cambridge Building Society has 23 branch offices and is one of only a handful of building societies in the UK which will only provide its savings accounts and mortgages to people living in the branch area.

Cambridge Building Society Directors' Remuneration Year ended 31/12/2010.
Increase in accrued pension 
Non Executive Directors
9 Non Executive Directors during the year


Product Range 
Cambridge Building Society offers a range of products. Savings accounts include instant access savings accounts, regular savings accounts, notice accounts, ISA's and children's savings accounts. Mortgage products include variable rate mortgages and fixed rate mortgages. Cambridge Building Society also offers Buildings and Contents Insurance and If you're worried about leaving your loved ones with an unexpected expense when you die, Cambridge now offer a choice of great Over 50s Life Insurance Plans by Legal & General. Starting from as little as £5 a month, the plans are a simple way to help your family at a difficult time.

Financial Results year ended 31st December 2010. 
Cambridge Building Society made a profit after tax of £1,003,000 (2009:£429,000) . This was after a provision for bad and doubtful debts of £122,000.

During the year savings balances increased by £23m and mortgage advances were £128m a 59% increase on 2009. There were 10 mortgage accounts 12 or more months in arrears with balances outstanding of £1.2m (2009 £1.8m) and arrears of £0.1m (2009 £0.2m) or 0.17% of mortgage balances.  Cambridge Building Society also gained over 5,500 new members. In order to release value the Society took advantage of an opportunity to sell certain property assets resulting in a gain of £1.8m before tax. Before this gain on disposal of properties, the results show an operating loss of £0.75m.

Financial Results year ended 31st December 2008 
Cambridge Building Society made a profit after tax of £1,541,000. This was after a provision for the fscs levy of £1,765,000 and provisions for bad and doubtful debts of £1,225,000.
2008 was a record year for mortgage lending for the Cambridge with gross lending of £187.4 million. At the year end five mortgage accounts were 12 months or more in arrears and two properties were in possession.
During the year the Cambridge Building society employed approximately 150 full time and 82 part time employees. 

cambridge building society provides savings accounts, mortgages and insurance products.