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Steinbach Credit Union

Steinbach Credit Union
Credit Union
Industry Financial Institution
Founded 1941
Headquarters Steinbach, Manitoba
Number of locations Three[1]
Key people Glenn Friesen, CEO
Ted Falk, Board President
Products Financial services
Total assets $2.7 billion CAD (2009)[2]

Steinbach Credit Union (SCU) is a Canadian co-operative financial institution and formerly the country's largest single branch credit union. Founded in 1941, it is now the largest credit union, by total assets, in the province of Manitoba and the seventh largest in the country. As of October 2011, SCU has assets of over $3.55 billion CAD and a membership base of 80,000.[1][3] [4]

The main branch and head offices of SCU are located in Steinbach, Manitoba. A second branch, located in southwest Winnipeg opened in 2003, and the third branch in east Winnipeg opened in May 2010.[5]

External links

  • Official Website


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