Working right in the communities it serves, Conexus Credit Union knows your money and financial well-being is important for you and your family.
Keeping your priorities top of mind is just one of the reasons Conexus Credit Union has been voted Best Financial Institution at the 2018 BOB Awards once again. The organization has been recognized in past years as well, in 2014 and 2015.
Brent Smith, Prince Albert branch manager, says staff at your local Conexus Credit Union are part of the community too, and want to help you work toward your financial goals. Conexus is a cooperative organization with a mandate to help you achieve your money goals.
It’s all about how you manage money and how it makes you feel, Smith says.
“For Conexus, it’s not about the money you have and it’s not about the size of your bank account, it is about you,” he added.
“It’s about listening and uncovering your needs, providing advice and offering solutions to fit those needs.”
With 37 locations across the province and more than 900 employees around Saskatchewan, Conexus makes a promise to each and every member it serves, and ensures your financial well-being drives everything they do. According to Conexus, there are nine key drivers to financial success, such as spending so you have something left at the end of the month, having access to $2,000 in emergency funds if needed, saving enough to cover three months in expenses, working to reduce debt and saving for retirement.
Smith says Conexus can help you face the tough questions about money management. Properly managing your money can help reduce stress and improve personal and professional relationships, he adds.
”Our members are our shareholders, they are our owners, our profits are your profits, it’s what it means to be a co-operative. ” Smith says.
“There’s no cookie-cutter approach, we can help you achieve your goals using research and information, and ultimately, help improve your financial health and well-being.”
Not only does Conexus Credit Union have a stake in helping members succeed financially, but they have an important role in the local community as well. Conexus actively supports charitable organizations locally, but also around the province and in 2017 gave back just over 1 million dollars, with $400,000 given towards financial literacy initiatives. Conexus is proud to support financial literacy for youth, and works with organizations such as the Prince Albert Raiders to share tips and information.
Different than a bank, insuring your financial well-being isn’t just something Conexus Credit Union says on its website. Conexus shares your values and is open Monday to Friday and Saturdays to work with you at your convenience. To learn more, visit their website or stop in.
Prince Albert, SK S6V 5Z4
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