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MOODY'S UPGRADES THE DEPOSIT AND FINANCIAL STRENGTH RATINGS OF NEWCASTLE BUILDING SOCIETY (UK) TO A3/P-1/C FROM Baa1/P-2/C-

24 Jan 2005
MOODY'S UPGRADES THE DEPOSIT AND FINANCIAL STRENGTH RATINGS OF NEWCASTLE BUILDING SOCIETY (UK) TO A3/P-1/C FROM Baa1/P-2/C-

London, 24 January 2005 -- Moody's Investors Service upgraded to A3 from Baa1 the long term deposit rating, to Prime-1 from Prime-2 the short term deposit rating, and to C from C- the financial strength rating of the Newcastle Building Society. All ratings have a stable outlook.

According to Moody's, the upgrades reflect the extent to which the Society has improved its capacity to generate non-interest income in recent years through the sale of regulated products and insurance as well as through the mortgage and savings processing services it offers to other financial institutions. Moody's expects that these business lines will continue to generate good levels of non interest income for the Newcastle in the future.

Newcastle's core business franchise lies in the North of England, including the city of Newcastle, although it increasingly services customers nationwide via introducers and the alternative distribution channels it has developed over the last few years.

Moody's notes that the Society's financial condition is in line with its peer group of regional building societies, and its asset quality is good, although the society's organic mortgage origination has, of late, been relatively modest. The rating agency also noted the good performance of the Society's commercial mortgage lending operation.

Newcastle Building Society, headquartered in Newcastle, is the United Kingdom's 13th largest building society and had assets of GBP3 billion (€4.25 billion) at year-end 2003.

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