BDCU Alliance Bank Festive Season Operating Hours:  Thursday 24 December:  closes  4.00pm, Friday 25 December:  closed, Monday 28 December:  closed,

Thursday 31 December:  closes 4.00pm, Friday 1 January:  closed

We hope everyone has a safe and restful break. 

Who we are

BDCU is a member-owned social enterprise.  100% owned by locals!

When you bank BDCU, you’re investing in our local community. Not paying shareholder dividends.

When you bank BDCU, you’re helping to build strong and vibrant communities. 

If you want to support local community, then you belong here!  

Our Purpose

Building strong and vibrant communities. 

Our Vision

Business strengthened; Communities transformed. 

Our Values

  • Caring
  • Integrity
  • Professional
  • Local first
  • Creative thinking

 

Our History

The Berrima District Credit Union (BDCU) was established in 1963 by a group of co-workers at Southern Portland Cement.  In a spare room of the cements works, they pooled their resources and established a savings and loan fund.  This was a response to a social need of the time - the need for easier access to low value loans.  Members of a community came together to help members of their community. 

The communities we serve have grown exponentially since those early days, as have the needs of our community and the environment within which we operate. However our purpose has not changed, nor our value to our community.   

Alliance Bank Group

If you want to know more about the Alliance Bank Group and our collective purpose please visit www.alliancebankgroup.com.au

Financial Claims Scheme

The Financial Claims Scheme (FCS) is an Australian Government scheme that provides protection and quick access to deposits in banks, building societies and credit unions in the unlikely event that one of these financial institutions fails. Find out more.

Code of Conduct

Our Code of Conduct is a statement of our corporate ethics and philosophy, and underpins our business decisions, actions and behaviours. Find out more.

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