Nationwide (first era)
Nationwide was founded in 1884 as Co-operative Permanent Building Society and achieved its current name in 1970. This logo was used throughout the first version of Nationwide's life, before Nationwide merged with Anglia Building Society in 1987.
In 1987, Nationwide merged with Anglia Building Society. This particular logo was used throughout the entire merger's life.
Nationwide (second era)
In 1992, Nationwide reverted back to its old name with Anglia name dropped.
In 2001, the Nationwide font was changed, the green removed from the tree and everything placed into a new box, complete with a red bottom.
A 3D version of the 2001 logo had been in use between 2011 & 2012. At the same time, a new strapline was introduced, 'On your side'.
In 2012, the logo was changed adding gradients and silver outline. Nationwide took over the Cheshire Building Society fascia in October 2014, causing all 32 Cheshire Building Society branches to close down.
A flat logo began to be rolled out in June 2016. The logo looks a lot similar to the 2001 variant.