Aldergrove Credit Union pays nearly $1 million to members

Aldergrove Credit Union paid its members nearly $1 million in dividend and patronage rebates for 2015.

Aldergrove Credit Union paid its members nearly $1 million in dividend and patronage rebates for 2015.

“As a financial services cooperative, we believe that doing business goes beyond providing financial products and services — giving back comes first. We proudly share our time by volunteering, we share our resources and we share our profits. Sharing is what we do,” said Gus K.Hartl, Aldergrove Credit Union CEO.

“This year we are proud to announce that nearly $1 million in profits went back into the pockets of our members through our Dividend & Patronage Rebate Program,” said Hartl.

“Our members earn money for taking care of their everyday banking needs such as renewing their mortgage and investing for their retirement. Since 2007, our members have received over 14 million.”

Aldergrove Credit Union has consistently returned dividends and patronage rebates to their members since the 1970s. All members share in the ownership of the credit union and when earnings are generated and cash flow is adequate, dividends and patronage rebates are paid to members.

For over 60 years, Aldergrove Credit Union has been providing personal, professional, financial services to its 18,000 members. ACU serves the communities of Langley, Aldergrove, Abbotsford and Mission and employ approximately 125 valued staff members. ACU offers personal and commercial banking, insurance and financial planning solutions online, by phone, by mobile and in-person at our six branch locations. Our members also have access to the largest ATM network in Canada with no-fee ATM withdrawals through The Exchange Network.

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