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These pages are only for the use of those persons who are resident or ordinarily resident in the UK.

This site is intended for consumers only and is not intended for intermediaries.

All communications with the Society may be monitored and/or recorded to improve the quality of our service and for your protection and security.

You agree that any personal information you provide to the Society via this website may be processed in accordance with the Society’s Privacy Policy as set out on this website.

West Bromwich Building Society is an introducer to Wren Sterling for investments, pensions and protection. Wren Sterling is a trading name of Wren Sterling Financial Planning Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

For mortgages we can advise on and offer our own mortgages.

The Society accepts no responsibility for the content held on other websites to which you may be directed.

The Society reserves the right to suspend access to this website for any reason.

The Society does not accept liability for any inaccurate or out of date information on this website particularly with regard to information supplied by a third party.

All images and logos on this site are copyright protected, permission must be sought from the Society for their use.

You may print individual pages on paper or store individual pages electronically for personal use. The content of this site may not be stored on a server (or other storage device connected to a network), reproduced, copied, disseminated or modified in any way or use the content on this site for commercial, illegal or immoral purposes. 

The Society is a member of the Financial Ombudsman Service.

Linking to this Site is not permitted unless express permission has been given in writing.

The Society is not responsible for the content, security of or performance of linked websites and the Society does not endorse any products or services advertised on them.

These Site Terms are governed by English law.

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