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- Stockport Credit Union: Chief Executive vacancyAbout us Stockport Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial co-operative, owned and run by its members who live or work within SK postcodes (around Stockport, Greater Manchester). We have a history of serving local people since 1989 and now have […]
- 2023 Stockport Credit Union AGM heldStockport Credit Union held their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 13th March. We held our meeting virtually this year which we know is convenient for some members but we are hoping to hold an In person or hybrid meeting in […]
- Stockport Credit Union AGM 2023Stockport Credit Union, would like to invite all their members to their Annual General Meeting (AGM) which is taking place, virtually, on Monday 13th March from 5pm- 6:30pm. We are hosting this meeting virtually by video conference, as we believe […]
- Greater Manchester credit unions join forces to launch cost of living loanStockport Credit Union has united with other credit unions across Greater Manchester in response to the ongoing affordability crisis caused by rising household costs. The credit union is part of the Sound Pound consortium, which has unveiled a new loan […]
- Stockport Credit Union welcomes new CEO Sheila MurtaghIn December 2022, Stockport Credit Union warmly welcomed their new CEO Shelia Murtagh to the community-based credit union. Murtagh, who succeeded Jonathan Moore, lives in Stockport and is passionate about supporting local people. “I moved to Stockport in 1997, brought […]
- Stockport Credit Union – 24/7 Wellbeing SupportWhen it comes to wellness what comes to mind? Is it a hot bubble bath? Starting your morning with yoga and meditation? Taking long walks in the middle of the day? As lovely as these things are, looking after your […]
- Our CEO Talks to the BBC About Our Unique Energy Saving AccountRead the full BBC article here Experts say banks and building societies are leapfrogging each other on best-buy tables as they advertise new products with better returns. This is the flipside of more expensive mortgages seen in recent weeks. Many […]
- Head of Compliance, Risk & Assurance / Compliance, Risk & Assurance Lead VacancyAbout us Stockport Credit Union (‘SCU’) is a saving and loans co-operative, dual regulated by the Prudential Regulation Authority (‘PRA’) and the Financial Conduct Authority (‘FCA’). We provide essential savings and lending services within Stockport and the surrounding areas. We […]
Our Member Charter
- Listen to the views of members and consider their well-being and interests in all we do
- Help members to take control of their finances through prudent saving and borrowing
- Provide a range of ethical financial products and services including affordable loans and easy to use savings accounts
- Be a member-led organisation that encourages members to play an active role
- Treat all members equally and fairly
- Act with integrity and honesty
- Conduct our business in an open and transparent way
- Ensure staff and volunteers are able to provide a professional, accessible service to all members
- Work with other credit unions to strengthen the credit union sector
The Story of Stockport Credit Union
Stockport Credit Union was formed in 2005 from the merger of the Brinnington Credit Union with the Houldsworth, Offerton, and Werneth Credit Union – building on a history spanning back to 1989.
We’re a member-owned financial co-operative that provides affordable financial services products to people who live or work in Stockport postcodes SK1-SK8, helping our members help each other and become financially independent through saving as they borrow.
Joining Stockport Credit Union is a great way for local people and organisations to increase the supply of affordable credit in the community and to help our community become more financially independent and stable. Any surplus we make is given back to members in the form of a dividend, reduced loan interest or reinvested in the organisation to improve our service provision.