Tipton & Coseley Building Society

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Tipton & Coseley Building Society
Type Building Society (Mutual)
Industry Banking
Financial services
Founded1 May 1901
Headquarters Tipton, England
Products Savings, Mortgages, Investments,
Loans, Insurance
£1.5 million GBP (December 2007), Green Arrow Up.svg 14.2% on 2006
Total assets £350 million GBP (December 2007), Green Arrow Up.svg 10.9% on 2006
Website www.thetipton.co.uk

The Tipton & Coseley Building Society is a British building society, which has its head office in Tipton, West Midlands. It is a member of the Building Societies Association.

Its headquarters are in Owen Street, Tipton town centre, where they had been based since relocating from a building in High Street in August 1992.

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