provident society


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provident society

n
(Banking & Finance) another name for friendly society
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Outside of his medical interests, he served, at various times, as chairman of the school board of Helpmekaar Hoer Seunskool and the Professional Provident Society from 1990 to 1994.
Mr Hull was responsible for restructuring and reorganising the business, converting it from an industrial and provident society to a plc, and overseeing the introduction of new products and IT systems.
As an industrial and provident society (IPS) with charitable status, Solihull Care operates on a 'not for profit' basis and provides a communal benefit to wider society.
"We have formed an Industrial Provident Society called Ynni Anafon Energy and are selling shares.
PG Mutual is the trading name of Pharmaceutical & General Provident Society Ltd.
" Coastal Housing Group, a not for prt industrial and provident society, works across Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Car T -marthenshire and specialises in regeneration.
In a recent interview with the Economist, Adri 'Vermeulen, Chief Executive Officer of Professional Provident Society (PPS Namibia), spoke about the direction in which the provident fund would be steered in future.
It is known to have been built somewhere between 1931 and 1934 and first served as the headquarters of the Australian Mutual Provident Society.
The club has been formed as a member-owned, democratic, and non-profit making entity on the Industrial and Provident Society company model.
It turned itself into the Fox and Goose (Hebden Bridge) Ltd, a co-operative or, in legal terms, an Industrial and Provident Society. A share offer was launched on May 1 with the aim of raising PS130,000.
It is an Industrial & Provident Society based on the model approved by the government-backed Supporters Direct.