Credit Union Visits
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The Singapore National Co-operative Federation (SNCF) was established in 1980 as the country’s collective representation of the Co-operative Movement. With a base of more than 1.38 million people, one in three working Singaporeans is a member of a Co-operative Enterprise. Three of Singapore’s credit unions will host small groups of visiting delegates at their branches in the area the afternoon of Wednesday, 18 July. Groups will depart the Suntec Convention Centre at 1:00 pm following the final general session, and return between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm.
When: Wednesday, 18 July
Cost: $50 USD per person
Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Limited spots are available.
AUPE Credit Co-operative Ltd – 295 Upper Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 534929
Formed in 1965, AUPE Credit Co-operative Ltd is a leading credit co-operative providing members with responsive and innovative financial products and services. With a vision to enhance members’ standard of living, services provided by AUPE have lead in turn to the sustainable growth of the co-operative as a whole. Lunch included
Straits Times Co-op – News Centre 1000 Toa Payoh North S318994
The principal activity of Straits Times Co-op, which was established in 1934, is to encourage thrift by receiving subscription from members and to prevent permanent indebtedness by enabling them to obtain loans on reasonable terms. It operates on the concept of self-help. Upon these principles, the co-operative has grown from a mere 104 members in the 1930s, to over 1,700 today, with total savings and reserves worth approximately S$75 million. Lunch included
TCC Credit Co-operative Ltd – 95 Killiney Road, Singapore 239537
TCC was established in 1928 to serve the employees of the Oriental Telephone Company. Today, TCC is open to the general public, serves over 43,000 members, and prides itself on being a family-oriented, not-for-profit financial institution. It provides its members with a safe repository for savings and access to credit at affordable interest rates. In addition to savings and loan services, it also provides a long list of benefits and grants for its members, including returns of its surplus in the form of annual dividends. Light snacks and refreshments included