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Two credit unions in the West have come together to support their members at a time of both personal and economic challenge. St Jarlath’s Credit Union and St Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union, who plan on merging in 2020, have joined forces to offer a reduced rate personal loan as well as expert financial advice in recognition of the current difficulties faced by its members and the community at large.
Two of the largest credit unions in the West of Ireland, St Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union and St Jarlath’s Credit Union are planning to merge.
2020 sees the return of the last year’s hugely popular Renovate360 Home Event which takes place in the Galmont Hotel on Sunday, March 8 from 2-4pm.
Athlone Credit Union Ltd. was delighted to host a delegation from the Kenyan Credit Union movement in recent times.
Disability services in Galway are calling on the public to become 'Home Sharing' families who would provide temporary care for a person with intellectual disability, and allow that person's family a short break.
With an exceptional reputation for offering excellent financial products and services to their members, Athenry Credit Union has unveiled its new website experience.
Loughrea Credit Union is leading the way in climate change with the launch of its hybrid or electric car finance package. Since its launch a few weeks ago a number of loans have gone out to members with an average value of €20,000 over a five-year period. But what makes this product attractive? – an interest rate of 3.99% APR which will be offered for one year. With this e – car package are two charge points located in the credit union car park for members’ use.
St Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union joins more than 68,800 credit unions around the world to celebrate the 70th annual International Credit Union Day today.
The Credit Union Art Competition is back and this year’s theme is The Force of Nature. The theme has been designed in an effort to get participants ‘thinking green’ by depicting their visions of a clean pollution and litter-free environment while also imagining the different forces of nature within the world.
Linked Finance, Ireland’s leading peer-to-peer (P2P) lending company has raised more than €45,000 for leading Mayo-based menswear company, Doherty Menswear.