Castle Community Bank
- FSCS protects deposits up to £85,000 per person
About Castle Community Bank
Castle Community Bank was formed late in 2015 following the merger of two long- established credit unions: Castle Credit Union and North Edinburgh Credit Union. Since its establishment, the business has progressed and is now considered to be amongst the top 5 credit unions in the UK.
A credit union is a financial institution which is owned by its members and is registered on the FCA Mutual Register as entity 0019CUS. From a governance perspective, Castle Community Bank is supported by both the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority with registration reference 213877.
Castle Community Bank provides both loans and savings for members across the UK within their Common Bond*. All savings up to £85,000 are fully protected by the Financial Savings Compensation Scheme.
* The Common Bond means a member/depositor must be eligible by their employment code or by membership in a recognised institution such as the Co-Op or National Trust.
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