Building Societies & Credit Unions

Building Societies & Credit Unions

Building societies tend to serve a local geographic area, while credit unions serve groups of people who share a common characteristic such as an employer, occupation, or local geographic area. Given that these organisations are not-for profit, they don’t have to pass on profits to external shareholders, which means that their interest rates and fees can be quite competitive.

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