138 results for Credit-Unions in Jamaica
 
 

COK Sodality is the largest credit union in the English speaking Caribbean in terms of membership which comprise over 240,000 persons. COK has a bond that requires a belief in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. It is therefore able to serve members across the entire island through its 5 branches, a multi service call center and 3 ATM's. COK also serves Jamaicans in North America, the UK, Grand Cayman and other parts of the Caribbean. The credit union also owns a remittance company and operates a Cambio.

COK has been a trendsetter with one of its latest feats being a $300M Deferred Share Offer in 2011 which was oversubscribed by the deadline date. This was the largest sum raised by a credit union from the market. COK officially commenced Micro Lending in July 2011 and now has a portfolio valued at $41.76M.
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First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union Limited now stands as the largest open bond Credit Union in Jamaica.

FHC has as its bond, all civil servants, staff within Stat utory Bodies and Public Corporations, their spouses and relatives, all members of any religious bodies and affiliations in Jamaica and their relatives and persons who live, work and do business in St. Thomas. We currently serve over 200,000 members through a network of eleven Locations Island wide, offering a wide array of products and services. These products are specifically designed to meet the needs of our members at every stage of their lives, whether they are just starting out, or are financially savvy and investment-oriented. Our commitment remains, to generate continual benefits to our members and other stakeholders.

Vision
To be a world-class financial institution focused on enhancing the welfare of members, employees and communities in which we operate.

Mission
To offer superior value to our members by providing innovative products and services, through effective and efficient service delivery, while creating opportunities that will motivate team members, and enhance the communities in which we operate.
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First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union now stands as the largest open bond Credit Union in Jamaica. It has as its bond, all civil servants, staff within Statutory Bodies and Public Corporations, their spouses and relatives as well as church members and their relatives island wide. We currently serve over 160,000 members through a vast network of nine locations island wide, offering a wide array of products and services. These products are specifically designed to meet the needs of those just starting out, as well as the financially savvy and investment-oriented minds. Our commitment remains, to generate continual benefits to our members and other stakeholders.

And the other locations of First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union Ltd such as follows:

20 Dominica Dr Kingston 5 Jamaica 876-906-5595

10 East Ave 876-922-1960
Lawrence Tavern 876-942-8182.
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First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union Limited now stands as the largest open bond Credit Union in Jamaica.

FHC has as its bond, all civil servants, staff within Stat utory Bodies and Public Corporations, their spouses and relatives, all members of any religious bodies and affiliations in Jamaica and their relatives and persons who live, work and do business in St. Thomas. We currently serve over 200,000 members through a network of eleven Locations Island wide, offering a wide array of products and services. These products are specifically designed to meet the needs of our members at every stage of their lives, whether they are just starting out, or are financially savvy and investment-oriented. Our commitment remains, to generate continual benefits to our members and other stakeholders.

Vision
To be a world-class financial institution focused on enhancing the welfare of members, employees and communities in which we operate.

Mission
To offer superior value to our members by providing innovative products and services, through effective and efficient service delivery, while creating opportunities that will motivate team members, and enhance the communities in which we operate.
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First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union now stands as the largest open bond Credit Union in Jamaica. It has as its bond, all civil servants, staff within Statutory Bodies and Public Corporations, their spouses and relatives as well as church members and their relatives island wide. We currently serve over 160,000 members through a vast network of nine locations island wide, offering a wide array of products and services. These products are specifically designed to meet the needs of those just starting out, as well as the financially savvy and investment-oriented minds. Our commitment remains, to generate continual benefits to our members and other stakeholders. Read more......Read less

 
 

COK Sodality is the largest credit union in the English speaking Caribbean in terms of membership which comprise over 240,000 persons. COK has a bond that requires a belief in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. It is therefore able to serve members across the entire island through its 5 branches, a multi service call center and 3 ATM's. COK also serves Jamaicans in North America, the UK, Grand Cayman and other parts of the Caribbean. The credit union also owns a remittance company and operates a Cambio.

COK has been a trendsetter with one of its latest feats being a $300M Deferred Share Offer in 2011 which was oversubscribed by the deadline date. This was the largest sum raised by a credit union from the market. COK officially commenced Micro Lending in July 2011 and now has a portfolio valued at $41.76M.
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MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is to improve the quality of life of its members and their families, through the provision of personal ized financial solutions and advice
delivered by a motivated, competent and committed team of Staff and Volunteers.

VISION

In 2020, EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is member-centric, service-oriented, financially sound and technologically driven
and is the top Credit Union in Jamaica in member value, compliance and satisfaction.

AAMM and UWI Co-operative Credit Unions merged their operations on April 1, 2015 and realized the birth of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union Limited. This merger has resulted in an asset base for EduCom of $5billion and membership of approximately 27,000.The merger has resulted in some 7 branches across the island and ranks EduCom in the number 5 position among large Credit Unions.

Both credit unions shared common values and strong commitment to their memb ers. The UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union were founded in 1954 by the staff of the University of the West Indies, Mona with only two shillings and were then called University Staff College Co-operative Credit Union. The primary purpose of the Credit Union was to afford housing solutions for its members in the surrounding communities of Mountain Terrace and Nannyville Housing Scheme. The credit union before the merger served employees, students and alumni of the University of the West Indies and the University of Technology as well as their relatives. Staff and students of other institutions within neighbouring communities, staff of businesses and residents, within the neighbouring communities and their relatives were also eligible for membership at UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union.

Originally known as the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses, AAMM was conceived in 1960 as a vehicle to assist teachers to gain access to credit facilities which were difficult to obtain from more traditional financial institutions. Like the UWI Mona Co-operative Credit Union, AAMM started from humble beginnings with only One Hundred and Sixty Eight pounds in share capital. Prior to the merger AAMM served teachers and their families.

Based on the similarities of both credit unions, combining their strengths give both the opportunity, to deliver stronger financial performance and offer a wider range of financial products to an expanded membership base.

The name EduCom which seeks to identify with persons in education and surrounding communities was submitted by an AAMM member.

Like UWI and AAMM, EduCom's objective will be to continue adding value through service integrity innovation and commitment to its members.

We will continue to offer new and exciting products and services and to deliver exceptional member service and enabling the least fortunate among us to have a better future through our corporate outreac h efforts.
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C & W J Co-op Credit Union Ltd with five (5) branches across Jamaica offers a wide range of loans, saving options and services to all members as well as free insurance protect ion (conditions apply). All current or ex-employees of company subscribing to the telecommunications service are welcome to join.

Our Vision is to be the financial service provider of choice for stakeholders in communities and industries in Jamaica and the Diaspora.

Our Mission to enhance the financial wellbeing of our members by providing superior financial services and innovative products in a friendly environment
through empowered and motivated employees.
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The Insurance Employees Co-operative Credit Union Ltd. (IECCU) was registered under the Co-operative Societies Act and Regulations on October 28, 1977.

IECCU offers a w ide range of savings/wealth creation products, as well as secured and unsecured loans.

Our members can also access health and life insurance services at affordable rates.

Persons eligible for membership include:
1. Persons employed in the general and life insurance sectors and their families.
2. Persons employed in the building society sector and their families.
3. Persons employed to companies which are part of the same group of companies as an insurance company or building society and their families.

For more information on our products and services please feel free to visit our website at www.ieccu.com or email us at info@ieccu.com
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First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union now stands as the largest open bond Credit Union in Jamaica. It has as its bond, all civil servants, staff within Statutory Bodies and Public Corporations, their spouses and relatives as well as church members and their relatives island wide. We currently serve over 160,000 members through a vast network of nine locations island wide, offering a wide array of products and services. These products are specifically designed to meet the needs of those just starting out, as well as the financially savvy and investment-oriented minds. Our commitment remains, to generate continual benefits to our members and other stakeholders.

And the other locations of First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union Ltd such as follows:

20 Dominica Dr Kingston 5 Jamaica 876-906-5595

10 East Ave 876-922-1960
Lawrence Tavern 876-942-8182.
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P W D Co-Op C U Ltd was registered under the co-operative Societies Law, Cap 75 of the Revised Laws of Jamaica. P W D Co-Op C U Ltd offers products which include ACCESS PLUS, Loan Types, Loan Calculator and Blue Cross Insurance. P W D Co-Op C U Ltd promotes thrift among the members by affording them an opportunity to accumulate the savings. P W D Co-Op C U Ltd is a Financial Guardian during economic year. Read more......Read less

 
 

NCB Employees Co-operative Credit Union Ltd. offers a wide range of financial products/services, inclusive of loans, savings, insurance and financial advice/consultation. We provide effective services and aim to satisfy our customers’ financial needs. Read more......Read less

 
 

JPS & Partners Co-op C U Ltd was registered on March 16, 1956 from a Provident Club which was run by JPS out of a genuine need to provide financial assistance to employees at reasonable rates of interest. JPS & Partners Co-op C U Ltd provides services which includes but not limited to Family Indemnity Plan (FIP), Medecus, BNS Lodgment, Access Plus, Standing Order, Will Form and Savings. Read more......Read less

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Secure your future today with St Catherine Co-op Credit Union Ltd. We offer general loans, motor vehicle express loans, back to school loans, fixed deposit accounts, share sav ings accounts, pay day loans, mortgage loans, family indemnity plan, remittance services and much more. We aim to provide the highest quality services to our members. Read more......Read less

 
 

LECCU is one of the leading in-house credit unions in Jamaica, today. Since its inception on the 19th of Sept. 1968, it has grown into a medium-size credit union with total as sets of just under One Billion. Currently, there are over 3,000 members being served by a staff complement of 11 personnel.

Over the years, LECCU has undergone a number of changes via mergers with other credit unions such as John Crook, Wray and Nephew and Carreras. As we seek to grow even further other mergers may become a reality. In 2010 we effectively opened our common bond to accept membership from employees of other organizations that operate in a similar industry as does our core group, companies that do business with our core group and other employees so authorized.

While we may not have defined branches yet to assist our Kingston headquarters, we do have liaison officers at our numerous locations across the country assisting our members. Presently, we offer a wide range of services to meet o ur members' needs under the umbrellas of Savings, Loans and Other Products and Services.
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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

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LECCU is one of the leading in-house credit unions in Jamaica, today. Since its inception on the 19th of Sept. 1968, it has grown into a medium-size credit union with total as sets of over $700 million. Currently, there are over 3,000 members being served Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union Limited (JPCCU) was founded July 4th, 1955 by eleven (11) rank and file members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force with each contri buting one shilling (equivalent of ten cents). It was established with the specific mandate to encourage collective savings and to provide loans to the members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. To date, the Credit Union's raison d'être remains to help our Members elevate their financial status and achieve their goals; through specialized products formulated with their financial needs in mind.

Today, JPCCU is the fifth largest in the Credit Union Movement in Jamaica, managing assets in excess of 3.4 billion for a membership of approximately 17, 000. The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union has spent over 58 years assisting thousands of members in home ownership, motor vehicle acquisition, and academic independence as well as in obtaining other forms of assets. JPCCU has been a beacon in contributing to the marked improvement in the overall quality of life of its Members and their families. Ours is a proud and enviable track record of success on which, with confidence, we continue to build.

JPCCU currently has a branch network of five full services branches located in Kingston, Portmore, St. Mary, Mandeville and Montego Bay. We also serve our members through five agencies located in Morant Bay, Port Antonio, May Pen, Black River and Negril. Our presence continues to grow in the diaspora through our Overseas Liaisons, the Jamaica Ex-Police Association Presidents of the various chapters of Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, New Jersey, Connecticut, South and Central Florida as well as the Immigration Chapter.

Our Bond includes: Present or Past Members of the Police Force, District Constables, Employees of the Ministry with responsibility for the Police, Employees of the Credit Union and their families (mother, father, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, children, grandchildren and grandparents).

Loans up to 10 times your share account * Conditions Apply; Life Enhancer Savings Plan; Golden Harvest Savings Plan
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First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union now stands as the largest open bond Credit Union in Jamaica. It has as its bond, all civil servants, staff within Statutory Bodies and Public Corporations, their spouses and relatives as well as church members and their relatives island wide. We currently serve over 160,000 members through a vast network of nine locations island wide, offering a wide array of products and services. These products are specifically designed to meet the needs of those just starting out, as well as the financially savvy and investment-oriented minds. Our commitment remains, to generate continual benefits to our members and other stakeholders.

And the other locations of First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union Ltd such as follows:

20 Dominica Dr Kingston 5 Jamaica 876-906-5595

10 East Ave 876-922-1960
Lawrence Tavern 876-942-8182.
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National Water Commission Co-op Credit Union provides services such as
E-Access Online Banking
Founders Club
Health Insurance
Loan Protection & Life Saving Insuran ce
Scholarship & Bursaries
Standing Order Facility
The Family Indemnity Plan
Will Preparation Services
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