Kingdom Community Bank

08/04/2019 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Repeat every week on Mondays until 16/12/2019

Kingdom Community Bank are a credit union.  They are a local, not-for-profit financial co-operative owned and controlled by its members.  Their mission is to promote the financial wellbeing of people living or working in Fife. They aim to encourage good money management, saving and responsible use of credit.

Why Join?  As a member of KCB, you can benefit from:

  • Security on savings through the Financial Services Compensation scheme (exactly the same as mainstream banks).
  • All funds saved with Kingdom Community Bank are used by the local community.
  • Loans are available at affordable rates
  • Profits returned to members in the form of an annual dividend or loan interest payment rebate.
  • Control over your finances
  • Community owned and run by members.

There is a £2.50 joining fee, and a £2 annual service fee.

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