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Unite and Citysave

Unite  supports credit unions as a way for our members to access affordable financial services. Members of credit unions are the shareholders and the focus is around customer service delivered to these shareholders.  All surplus profits made are returned to the members in the form of an annual dividend.  Click here for more information about credit unions, provided by the Money Advice Service.

Citysave is based in Birmingham, and you can become a member of Citysave if you're a member of Unite, working and living in the West Midlands region.

What can Citysave offer you?

  • Ethical savings with a tax-free annual dividend
  • Fast, low-cost loans
  • Full online and automated telephone banking

Credit unions are the only not for profit membership financial services organisations in the UK, promoting high quality community-based banking services, saving and loans services.

Click here to visit the Unite the union section of the Citysave website

Membership of Citysave Credit Union is free and entitles you to apply for their fast, low-cost loans.  As an ethical financial services provider we will not allow you to borrow more than you are able to comfortably repay.  Unlike other lenders we calculate your interest daily so the interest you pay reduces every month.   Click here to calculate a loan by using Citysave's loan calculator .

Citysave offer instant access savings products which pay a tax-free dividend each year.  As a not-for-profit membership organisation Citysave aims to generate a surplus on our income which is then shared amongst our members.  In the last three years we have paid out an average dividend of 1.3% on instant access savings with no minimum amount; why not compare us to accounts available from your high street bank or building society?

Your savings with Citysave are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to £85,000 and is covered by the Financial Ombudsman Scheme.  More information on the scheme can be found on the Financial Ombudsman website or call 0800 678 1100 

Click here to visit the Unite the union section of the Citysave website