The chief govt of Coventry Constructing Society has described the group’s monetary efficiency as strong regardless of income falling because of Covid-19.
The society has posted pre-tax income of £124m for the 12 months to 31 December 2020, down from £147m in 2019.
Nonetheless, whole revenue elevated to £407.7m, up from £379.6m.
Mortgage balances additionally elevated from £1.2bn to £43.5bn, whereas financial savings balances rose from £1.9bn to £38.2bn.
Chief govt Steve Hughes mentioned: “I used to be immensely proud to hitch the society in April.
“2020 was an unprecedented 12 months because of the Covid-19 pandemic however we remained open for enterprise, persevering with to fulfill the wants of our members and clients and offering nice service.
“We have now continued to take a position for the long run whereas delivering a sturdy monetary efficiency and we balanced the differing wants of debtors, savers and people in monetary problem. I’m happy with my colleagues who’ve lived our values and our perception in placing members first.”