|By Marketwired .||
|March 10, 2014 08:45 PM EDT||
SURREY, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/11/14 -- Community Savings Credit Union, BC's largest fully unionized credit union, is pleased to announce the launch of their first iPhone and iPad mobile banking app. The app is available for free from the iTunes store and will allow members better access to their daily banking with Community Savings.
"Investing in the future is one of our top priorities," said Doug Eveneshen, President and CEO of Community Savings. "We are investing significant time and energy into preparing for how the banking industry will evolve and grow. We are committed to creating a credit union that is innovative, more accessible to our members and responsive to their changing needs."
The app is currently only available on iOS but will be available on other platforms later this year along with several other new features.
ABOUT COMMUNITY SAVINGS
Community Savings Credit Union serves nearly 12,000 members with branches in the Greater Vancouver and Victoria metropolitan areas. It is BC's largest fully unionized credit union, and is proud to advocate for organized labour and a fair living wage for all British Columbians. Community Savings invests in its communities by giving a portion of all profits back to local charities and having a "buy union, buy local" approach to its business practices. For more information about Community Savings visit www.comsavings.com.
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