Khalsa Credit Union

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3rd Floor-8788, 120th Street, Surrey, BC V3W 3N6

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Khalsa Credit Union (KCU) came into existence on February 19, 1986 following the economic turbulence of the early eighties and long after most of the other credit unions in the province had been incorporated. This presented some early obstacles and challenges, but the faith of our founders never wavered, as their desire for a religious bond credit union serving the financial needs of the Sikh community became a reality. From those early struggles, KCU emerged stronger and more energized and today is a model of efficiency for the credit union system of British Columbia. The Credit Union’s first branch was opened in Vancouver, British Columbia on April 1,1986 followed by a branch in Surrey, British Columbia on October 11,1987 and Abbotsford, British Columbia on January 30,1989. Another Surrey branch, this one in Guildford- now relocated to Newton, opened on September 27,1993 and Victoria, British Columbia on Vancouver Island, became the fifth branch office to open on August 19,1996. From these locations and its Head Office on Scott Road in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, KCU serves both retail and business members throughout the province and is very proud of its real estate holdings. Our values are still deeply rooted in our heritage and an uncompromising desire to do the right thing for members, employees, partners and the community. Growth for growth sake has never been a priority at KCU. We have nothing against growth, but it should never be realized at the expense of service. At KCU we are small enough to know you by name and large enough to serve all your financial needs, and the future shines bright for KCU and the Sikh community.

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