Credit Unions to offer banking services

August 2005
Credit Control;2005, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p46
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement of the Association of British Credit Unions Ltd. and the Cooperative Bank that credit unions are set to offer banking services in Great Britain. A selected number of credit unions will already to able to offer their members a bank account with a debit card that can be used in shops and to withdraw money from cash machines.


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