Hanley Economic Building Society

The Hanley Economic Building Society is a UK building society, which has its head office in Hanley, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire. It is the 26th largest in the United Kingdom based on total assets of £426 million as at 31 August 2018.[1] It is a member of the Building Societies Association.

Hanley Economic Building Society
TypeBuilding society (mutual)
IndustryBanking and financial services
FounderEarl Granville
Area served
Great Britain
Key people
Mark Selby, CEO
ServicesSavings, mortgages, investments,
loans, insurance
£1.0 million GBP (August 2019)
Total assets£447 million GBP (August 2019)
Number of employees
DivisionsHanley Financial Services Ltd
SubsidiariesHanley Mortgage Services Ltd

Founded in 1854, the original name of the society was The Staffordshire Potteries Economic Permanent Benefit Building Society. It was in 1930 when the name was shortened to Hanley Economic Building Society.

Coat of arms of Hanley Economic Building Society
Hanley Economic Building Society Escutcheon.png
Granted 13 March 1972 [2]
On a wreath of the colours a key in bend the wards uppermost and forming the letter H Gules surmounted by a key in bend sinister the wards uppermost forming the letter E Azure the shafts interlaced by a Stafford knot Or mantled partly Gules and Azure doubled party Argent and Or.
Per chevron Gules and Azure bezanty in chief two clarions Or and in base a tower Argent.
On either side a squirrel sejant Ermine about the neck a portcullis pendent from a chain Or.
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External linksEdit


  1. ^ "Home". bsa.org.uk.
  2. ^ "Hanley Economic Building Society". Heraldry of the World. Retrieved 4 February 2021.