Keeping Money Local

Date: Tuesday, 28 November 2017 19:30

Venue: The B-Bar, Barbican Theatre

The first credit union in Britain began trading in 1964, and over the last 50 years, credit unions have grown to provide loans and savings to more than 1.2 million people across England, Scotland and Wales.  Credit unions are owned by the people who use their services, and not by external shareholders or investors, so the emphasis is always on providing the best service to members – not maximising profits.

Paul Williams, manager of the City of Plymouth Credit Union, will be talking to us about its role helping local people manage their finances, keeping money in the community while combatting the danger of loan sharks. You can find more on the CPCU here


Castle St, Plymouth PL1 2NJ, UK



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