Yorkshire Building Society boss meets customers in Whitby

Chief executive of Yorkshire Building Society Iain Cornish speaking to customers at event at The Stables''w110505a  Picture: Ceri Oakes
Chief executive of Yorkshire Building Society Iain Cornish speaking to customers at event at The Stables''w110505a Picture: Ceri Oakes
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CUSTOMERS of Whitby’s only remaining building society got the chance to quiz its chief executive at a special event held in the town.

Yorkshire Building Society boss Iain Cornish come to Cross Butts Stable Restaurant to meet members and non-members to discuss the future and vision for the society as it looks to the future .

Sixty four people attended the meeting to Mr Cornish and some of his staff face-to-face and hear his thoughts on Yorkshire Building Society’s commitment to remaining in Whitby.

The event was labelled a success by attendees who commented on how fantastic it was to meet the chief executive in person and how impressed they were to hear him speak on the society’s future here in Whitby.

Mr Cornish told the Whitby Gazette: “I was delighted to be able to visit Whitby again and have the chance to speak to some of our members face to face and hear their thoughts and opinions on how successful Yorkshire Building Society is in Whitby and what members are hoping to see from us in the future.

“Being the last building society in the town we are determined to make sure our members continue to be happy with the society and we promise to continue to provide a first-class service for many years to come.”

Maxine Hartley Whitby branch manager also attended the event with her team and was very touched to hear some of the many complimentary comments passed onto Iain about herself and the team.

Rodney Natriss a Whitby resident and Yorkshire Building Society member said: “The staff at the Whitby branch are absolutely great.

“They are always welcoming with a great presence and I am always impressed at they way they remember their customers.

“The society will have a great future in the town as long as they continue in this way.”