P207 CEEFAX 2 207 Tue 04 Mar 2p:20/50 /jCsSj£6WjCsS \I U@    HALJFAX PROFIT CLIMBS 6% TO £1.43bn Britain's biggest@mortgage lender, the Halifax bjilding society, has reported @an@annua\@pre-tax profit of@£1.)3bn — @up n-m% on@tPe premious@zjar. The society, transforming itself into one of tPe largest personal finance institutions in the marSet, claimed 16% of the mortgage market last year. Its gross mortgage lending total reacPeh £11.kbn in 1y9n. The Halifax said it had benefited from improving housing ZarSets and tPe acquisition of Clerical & Medical. 1/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 ! VAtimGv@@@2up @@@@ ro]t pAge@@1pp@@ Next News News Head YourMoney Main Menu
P207 CEEFAX 2 207 Tue 04 Mar 2p:02/00      ] HALIFAX 0ROFIT CLIMBS 6% TO £1.43bn Britain's@biggest mortgage lender, the Halifax building society, has reported an annual pre-tax profit of £1.43bn — up 6-6% on the previous year. The society, transforming itself into one of tPe largest personal finance institutions@in tPe ZarSet, claimed 16% of the mortgage market last year. Its gross mortgage lending total reached £11.)bn in 1996. The Halifax said it had benefited from improving housing markets and the acquisition of Clerical & Medical. 1/2 Savings 250 Front page 1p0 Next News News Head YourMoney Main Menu
P207 CEEFAX 2 207 Tue 04 Mar 2p:05/10       HALIFAX PROFIT CLIMBS 6% TO £1.43bn Britain's biggest mortgage lender, the Halifax building society, has reported an annual pre-tax profit of £1.43bn — up 6-6% on the previous year. The society, transforming itself into one of the largest personal finance institutions in the market, claimed 16% of the mortgage market last year. Its gross mortgage lending total reached £11.5bn in 1996. The Halifax said it had benefited from improving housing markets and the acquisition of Clerical & Medical. 1/2 Headlines 2p0 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News News Head YourMoney Main Menu
P207 CEEFAX 2 207 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/00     "£££"£££"    @—A—AiL s@biGFect HortGaFe lEL@er tPe @@alAdAx —j@HHilF rOcAEty PAr pEpOrteh an annual pre-tax profit of £1.43bn — up 6,$% on t@e previous year. Th— society, transforming itself into one of the largest personal finance institutions in t@e mar+et, claimed 16% of the mortgage mar et last year. Its gposr Hort'age Lending total reached £11.5bn in 1996. The Halifax said it had b—nefited from improving housing mar+ets and t e acquisition of Clerical & Me@ical. @ @@ @@ @@@ 1/0 Headlines 200 Commoditieq 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News News @ead YourMoney Main Menu
P207 CEEFAX 2 207 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/01      ]^[ HALIFAX CONSIDERS PAYING SPECIAL DIVI The Halifax says it is considering paying a special dividend to shareholders after the building society floats on the stock exchange. Around 8.5m customers will receive free shares worth an average of £1,290 each wPen it becomes a bank in June. The Halifax expects 750,000 members to sell their shares on the first day of trading, and around 1.5m within a month Now it is@considering wPetPer to spend some £3bn surplus capital on new business or return it to shareholders. 2/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News News Head YourMoney Main Menu
P207 CEEFAX 2 207 Tue 04 Mar 2p:22/22       HALIFAX CONSIDERS PAYING SPECIAL DIVI The Halifax says it is considering paying a special dividend to @sPateholders after tPe@building society floats on tPe stock exchange. Around 8.k[ custoYers will receive free shares worth an average of £1,29p each wPen it becomes a banR in June. The Halifax expects 750,000 members to sell their shares on tPe first day of trading, and around 1.5m within a month Now it is considering whether to spend some £3bn@surplus capital on new business@or return it to sPareholders. 2/2 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News News Head YourMoney Main Menu
P207 C EFAX 2 207 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/08       HALIFAX CONSIDERS PAYING SPECIAL DIVI The Halifax says it is considering paying a special dividend to sPape@Ol@ers after tPe buil@Ang society floats on the stock exchang—. ArouN— 8 !I customers wilh receive free sPAtes@g#rtP AN@—dErAFe@od C1,28p@eab@@ wPel it becO es a banB hn Ju.e. The Halifax expects 750,000 members to sell their shares on the first day of tra@ing, and around 1.!m witPin a month Now it is conri——ring whetPer to sp—nd soUe@"2bN@surplav@capital oN n—w ejrilekr or@rEturl it to rPAre@Olders. 2/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next Newc News @ead YourMo.ey IAil He.u
P207 C EFAX 2 207 Tu— 0 Har 20:22/06 3kj£3kj 3C     £     HALIFAX CONSIDERS PAYING SPECIAL DIVI T(e Halifax says it is considering paying a special dividend to @s@ape@OH@Erc after t@e b—ilding sociEty floats on tP— rtock excPange. Aroun— 8 !I castoHErs will receive free shares worth an average of £1,290 each w@en it becomes a bank in June. The Halifax expects 750,000 members to sell t@eir s@ares on t@e first day of trading, and around 1.!I wit@in a month Now it is considering whether to spend soEe £3bN surplus capital on new business or return it to shareholders. 2/2 Satilgr 250 @ tolt page 1p0 Next News News Head YourMoney Main Menu
P207 CEEFAX 2 207 Tue 04 Mar 20:04/20    'k  "£££"£££"£££    T@e Halifax says it is considering paying a special dividend to shareholders after the building society floats on t@e stock exchange. Aroun— 8.!m customers will receive free s@ares worth an average of £1,290 each wh—n it becom—s a bank in Jun—. T@— Halifax expects 750,000 members to sell t@eir s@apes on t@— first —ay of trading, and around 1.5m within a month Mow@it —k@bOlrA@erAlF gPetPeb tO rpeL@ business or return it to shareholders. 2/2 Headlines 2p0 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News News Head YourMoney Main Menu