Cheltenham and Gloucester is Associated With and Known as:
Cheltenham and Gloucester officially known as Cheltenham and Gloucester Plc., (C&G) is one among the largest mortgage lending companies in the United Kingdom. The company was established in the year 1850. The headquarters of the company is situated at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. The parent company of Cheltenham and Gloucester is Lloyds Banking Group.
Services and Products
The services of the company are provided in Three
different regions of the United Kingdom that is England, Scotland and Wales. The portfolio of the company consists of mainly two financial services that are savings products and mortgages.
It provides mortgages and saving products to the residents of England. Cheltenham and Gloucester mortgages are governed by Cheltenham and Gloucester plc., but Cheltenham and Gloucester savings are administered by Lloyds TSB
Bank plc., Cheltenham and Gloucester plc., is a Financial Services Authority (FSA) registered company.
Initially the company was indulged in the building society business and its name was Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society. The company opened its first branch in the year 1890 in Gloucester and until 1979; it had established about 100 branches within the United Kingdom. It was in the year 1989 that the headquarters of the company was moved from Cheltenham to Barnwood. The company combined with the Heart Building Society in 1993 and at the same time it got control over the Essex Equitable, Portsmouth, Bury St Edmunds, Guardian, Bolton, Peckham, London Permanent, Walthamstow, Colchester and Cardiff. In 1995, the company changed its business to a financial service provider bank.
The timings of customer support services offered by the company are Monday to Friday from 8 AM-8 PM and Saturday from 9 AM-2 PM.