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BWU Co-operative Credit Union Limited

"You're Better With Us"

Biz Phone
246-436-5400
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BridgetownSt. Michael
Our Objectives To improve the social and economic well being of our members. To provide comprehensive financial services to our members. To develop a stronger sales and services orientation. To maintain and increase member loyalty. Our Values WE CARE has been adopted as the acronym for the Credit Union values: every Credit Union staff member will live by, and demonstrate this, to the Membership. W - Work Ethic E - Efficiency C - Communication A - Accountability R - Responsiveness E - Effectiveness The BWU Co-operative Credit Union Limited understands its members and the need to uplift and elevate every member of the society, regardless of social standing. We vow to deliver superior customer service, to respect and treat every individual with value and purpose and to offer the highest standard of after care service in the Industry. Everything we do is underpinned by our Core Values which are embedded in our Organisation and form the basis of our business planning, recruitment processes, training and leadership development. Our employees proudly provide quality service to our members in a flexible, honest, fair and caring manner; continuously demonstrating our commitment to our members.

BET Cooperative Credit Union

"Strong Past, Secure Future"

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Biz Phone
246-430-8870
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St. Michael
On April 6th, 1965, R. Darlington Marshall, Benard King, Colbourne Walters, Roger Yarde, Trevor Alleyne, Mark McConney, Neville Bayley, Victor Reid, Courtney Bramao and Sister Jean Alleyne, were ten (10) employees of Cable and Wireless who signed that application for the formation of a Savings Society. On September 16th 1966, BET Co-operative Credit Union Ltd made a transition to full Credit Union status with seventy-five (75) registered members and a share capital of seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000.00).We have been able to reach this major milestone thanks to our “Strong Past”. This strength has been handed down through the generations of dedicated Directors, Committees and Staff to continue to secure a stable financial future for our members. The Credit Union has seen tremendous growth, the move in 2012 to our new location in Belleville, the introduction of new products and services like our Line of Credit facility and Health Insurance, meet the needs of our growing membership.

City of Bridgetown Cooperative Credit Union Ltd

"Measuring Success One Member At A Time"

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Biz Phone
246-430-5900
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Bridgetown
Our mission is to deliver the most comprehensive financial products of the highest quality, and services that will meet the needs of our members. At COB we hold the opinions of every member in the highest regard. Our decisions are truly influenced by the wishes and needs of our members.

Barbados Police Coop Credit Union Limited

"Faith, Hope, Charity"

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Biz Phone
1 246 436-9355
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Bridgetown
The Barbados Police Co-op Credit Union replaced the Savings Society of 1958 and was registered at the Department of Co-operatives on November 24th, 1960. Officials of the Credit Union met in a small office (about 15ft sq.) at Central Police Station in shared accommodation with the Police Association. The first President was Inspector John Hutson. Other past Presidents included Harold Banfield, Harold Jones and Aviston Prescod. The first Secretary was Mr. Lionel Lloyd. Major Ronald Stoute was Commissioner of Police who believed that there should be more than a mere Savings Society which was registered in 1958 and he threw his weight behind the Credit Union. In the early 1980's The office of the Credit Union moved a few steps across the yard at CPS to building about the twice the size of the previous one. From there it moved to rented premises at James Street, in 1989 then to its present location in Lightfoot Lane in January 1993. None of the recognized lending Institutions at the time, had any interest in Co-operatives. They were seen mainly as an extension of what is commonly known as a '"meeting turn." Members saved about $2.00 per month and to save $ 5.00 in those days was unique. The Annual General Meetings were held in the Recreation Room at CPS. Numbers started to increase in the early 1970's as the Credit Union gained acceptance among members. The Police Credit Union was the first Credit Union in Barbados to reach the million dollar Share Capital milestone and it has steadily grown due to the committed patronage of members. The Late Bro Kenrick Hutson remarked in his speech on January 1978 to celebrate this achievement “….we are celebrating an achievement which can be considered as one of the landmarks in the history of the Barbados Police Credit Union. It was sometime during the month of August, 1977 that we reached one million dollars in share capital.”

Barbados Public Workers' Co-operative Credit Union Limited

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Biz Phone
+1 246-622-9000
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In 1968, members of the Civil Service Association Trade Union (which represented the majority of civil servants in Barbados) made an application and were granted permission to form a Savings Society. By 1969 the objective of the executive of this Society was to have it registered as a Credit Union. On May 6th, 1970 the Barbados Civil Service Association Credit Union Limited (as we were then known) was registered. In 1977, in order to broaden its bond of membership, the name was changed to Barbados Public Workers' Co-operative Credit Union Limited (BPWCCUL). This bond would now allow the inclusion of former civil servants, staff of statutory boards, husbands, wives and children of members as well as employees of the National Union of Public Workers.