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Uni Credit Union and mecu merge

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

Uni Credit Union (UCU) will transfer its business to mecu on Wednesday 1 August.

The amalgamation will create a $1.7 billion credit union with 18 branches and 230 staff.

Peter Crocker, mecu’s chairman said: "The merger result is great news for mecu members who will now benefit from access to more branches in Queensland. Uni Credit Union members will benefit from a wider range of products and market leading interest rates."

Published: 24-07-08

Uni Credit Union and mecu merge
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