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What is the difference between a building society and a bank?

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Banks are companies usually listed on the stockmarket, and hence are owned by, and run to the benefit of its shareholders. Building societies on the other hand have no external shareholders. Mortgage borrowers, savers and current account holders are 'members' who vote on decisions that affect the society.
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