About Us

Supporting communities, whatever the reason

Cambrian Savings & Loans has supported communities for over 25 years with access to ethical, fair and affordable financial services. Live or work in Wales? Join us today!

The Credit Union Difference

  • As a credit union we are owned and controlled by the people, or members, who avail of our services.

  • We operate to promote the well-being of our members.

  • We are governed by a volunteer board of directors elected by you, our members, to manage our credit union.

  • All money saved with us is protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme - exactly the same as savings in a bank or building society.

  • We have arrangements with over 60 local companies, local authorities and health services to enable our members to make savings directly from their wages.

  • Profits made by us are returned back to our members in the form of a dividend, higher savings rates and lower loan rates.

Our Mission & Values

‘Cambrian Credit Union exists to provide access to financial services for our community and to offer a responsible alternative to high cost credit’.

We believe in:

  • Respect
  • Trust
  • Excellence
  • Co-operation
  • Empowerment

Our Vision

Wales will be a place where the financially vulnerable do not fall victim to high cost lenders.

We will have a growing membership in control of their finances by being a well known source of fairly priced credit, a safe place for savings and by promoting financial capability.

We will be a respected advocate for the credit union movement in Wales and a tireless opponent of high cost credit.

We will be attracting able and talented people and organisations to support our cause.

We need Volunteers

Do you have the skills and knowledge to benefit the community we serve? We’d love you to join our team.

We are trusted

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Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help with your account please contact our team on 0333 2000 601 or visit www.cambriancu.com. For financial advice visit www.moneyhelper.org.uk