Are you an organisation conducting an industry, trade or business either as a co-operative or for the benefit of the community?
What is an Industrial Provident Society?
Industrial and Provident Societies (IPSs) are a legal form for trading businesses in the UK. Governed by the IPS Act of 1965 and regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA), any business can qualify except investment for profit organisations.
All IPSs have share capital and limited liability but there are two forms: bona fide co-operatives and societies for the benefit of the community.
Bona fide co-operatives
Societies for the benefit of the community
There are also a number of other special features that we would be happy to discuss with you in person.
If you have a moment please take a look at the dedicated pages on our website
or ask us to send you our factsheet.
For a no obligation free initial meeting please do not hesitate to contact Neville Beckhurst on 01323 431200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org