The majority of Society funding is from savings.
Wholesale funding is raised via the international money markets via a range of instruments with short and long term maturities.
Liquidity is the investment of surplus funds. Short dated liquidity maturities vary from overnight to one year.
Certificates of Deposit
Floating Rate Notes
Mortgage Backed Securities
Capital helps to ensure the financial stability of the Society. External capital complements the core source of capital which is retained earnings.
The Society has the following credit ratings:
Wholesale funding is raised through the international money markets and a range of instruments with short and long term maturities. The minimum amount that can be placed with Treasury is £1 million.
Below are examples of the types of counterparties who can invest money with Treasury.
- Local authorities
- Registered charities
- Housing authorities
- Financial institutions
- Fund managers
Treasury cannot accept money from individuals. If individual customers wish to open a savings account with Coventry Building Society, please contact your local branch, our Customer Service Centre, or apply online.
For the latest version of our investor presentation please click here.
The Bank of England has published the new UK Money Markets Code (MMC), establishing best practice guidelines for all participants in the UK money markets. The Society acknowledges the Code, and is committed to adhering to the principles set out therein. This has been confirmed in the Statement of Commitment, which can be viewed
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