NPBS

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NPBSNorwich and Peterborough Building Society (UK)
NPBSNetwork of Performance Based Schools (Canada)
NPBSNewcastle Permanent Building Society (Australia)
NPBSNon-Polarizing Beamsplitter
NPBSNielsen Post-Buy Service
NPBSNational Plant Breeding Station (Portugal and Kenya)
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24% from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society.
Meanwhile, Norwich and Peterborough Building Society was offering the lowest direct two-year fixed deal for people with a 20% deposit, at 1.
Norwich and Peterborough Building Society, part of the YBS Group, was also named Best Building Society Mortgage Provider and Best Short Term Fixed Rate Mortgage Provider.
Summary: Norwich and Peterborough Building Society (N&P) is to pay millions of pounds to its customers after it mis-sold investment products.
Norwich and Peterborough Building Society also pays 4 per cent on monthly deposits of between pounds 1 and pounds 250 but only allows one withdrawal in 12 months.
He is further charged that he made a pounds 250,000 mortgage application to the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society, falsely claiming his earnings in 2003 were pounds 72,620 and in 2004 were pounds 76,766.
And look at the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society, a doughty champion of mutuality.
Norwich and Peterborough Building Society was left facing payouts of about pounds 1.
Later he received a phone call from a man claiming to be from the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society, which issued the card.
The Bradford-based mutual, which has already announced plans to merge with the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society and acquire the savings and mortgage book of internet bank Egg, said these deals would make the Yorkshire even better placed to compete in the UK retail financial services market.
If you want a regular monthly savings account, without restrictions, Norwich and Peterborough Building Society, Santander and Principality all currently offer 4%.