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Loan and Building Society Annual Result to 31/3/05

Loan and Building Society – Annual Result to 31/3/05

Financial Summary
2005 2004 Change
$ million $ million
Assets 124 115 + 8%
Advances 108 91 + 18%
Shareholders Funds 10.3 9.8 + 5%
Pre Tax Surplus 1.368 1.177 + 17%
After Tax .911 .773 + 17.8%

Shareholders’ Funds (at year end) 10.32 million 9.83 million
Net Tangible Assets per Share 3.44 3.27
Earnings per Share (cents) 30.37 25.78
Dividend per Share (Fully imputed) 15c 14c


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