A Salford University Credit Union Money too tight to mention Our OWN Community BANK

by Cae Os 06 November 2015, 19:55

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Salford University now has over 19,000 students, not counting staff and Lecturers.

It is our money being invested to help in the development of the wider changes taking place across the University and its campus.  But new buildings, efficient accomodation and the odd discount here and there CANNOT BE ALL we create.  From Grameen Banking, Community Currencies,, Community Supported Agriculture and Community Energy   the strength of our unity, collective voice and our economic impact, should also grow too.

Together with our Union and the other unions on campus, we can develop our own solutions.

Mutual and ethical savings  

Credit unions offer a range of savings accounts. You can choose to save as little or as much as you can afford.

Affordable loans  

Credit unions offer loan products suited to your individual needs and at rates you can easily afford.

Run by you, for you  

As a credit union member you are in control of your own finances and have a say in how your financial service provider is run.

Putting you first

Credit unions serve you 'the member' by listening to your needs and developing the products and services that you want.