A new banking system at Servus Credit Union could have a big impact on some members.
The Alberta-based financial institution was created in 2008 by the merger of the three former credit unions: Red Deer-based Community Savings, Edmonton’s Servus Credit Union and Common Wealth Credit Union of Lloydminster. It’s been integrating operations since, with a shared banking system under development for approximately five years. READ
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Servus Credit Union is reporting a 4.7 per cent increase in its first-quarter operating income for 2014. The member-owned financial institution said it generated $32.5 million in profits, before patronage allocations and taxes, during the three months ended Jan. 31. That compares with $31.1 million for the same period a year earlier. READ