We are delighted to announce a new service for our members. You can now apply and draw down your loan from the comfort of your home!
No queueing, no hassle, just a simple online application with the ability to sign loan documentation electronically without calling to the office.
If you are registered for online banking you can now apply for your loan, upload your documents, and sign your Credit Agreement at the click of a button from anywhere with our new E-Signature facility.
In the past when you applied for a loan, the loan documents including the credit agreement would have either been posted to you or you would have collected it in the branch. Now, for all online loan applications, the loan documents will be uploaded to your online banking and completed via electronic signature which means that you will have the funds into your bank account even quicker!
We are delighted to invite our members to our first ever Virtual Annual General Meeting.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions on public gatherings, our 2020 Annual General Meeting will be held virtually via Zoom on Monday 29th March at 7.30pm.
All members will have received notification of the AGM through email or post, with instructions on how to register for attendance.
Or follow this link to register:
Members may ask questions before the AGM, click the above link and follow the instructions provided.
We will be delighted if you can join us on the night.
Registrations must be received by 28th March, in order to validate your attendance.
Banks, credit unions and post offices have been added to the list of workplaces where the wearing of face coverings is mandatory.
The Minister for Health has today changed the regulations governing the wearing of face coverings, adding post offices, credit unions and masks to the growing list of workplaces where the wearing of face coverings is compulsory.
The new regulations come into force with immediate effect.
The change was made after a campaign was launched by the Financial Services Union (FSU), representing staff in banks and credit unions, to have the regulations changed.
John O’Connell, General Secretary of the FSU, said the union’s members were very concerned that they were being treated differently to any other retail staff.
“Concerns increased when the new variant of Covid-19 was identified and the virus became more transmissible,” he said.
The new regulations come into force with immediate effect.
“This is a sensible move which can help alleviate some of anxieties expressed by staff. We would urge all customers to abide by the new regulations and help keep themselves and workers safe,” Mr O’Connell stated.
He said the rationale not to include these three financial institutions to the initial regulations seems to have been security-based.
But he said that given a lot of financial institutions now have vastly improved their security measures, FSU members are not as concerned about security.
Their concerns around masks were heightened once the new variants of the virus began to emerge.
Brian Hayes, the chief executive of BPFI said, the union and its member banks very much welcome the decision by Government to amend the regulation to make mask wearing mandatory in banks.
“The safety of customers and staff has been a top priority since March and today’s announcement is extremely helpful as we continue to provide essential services nationwide,” Mr Hayes said.
Meanwhile, Labour’s Finance spokesperson Ged Nash welcomed today’s decision to make the wearing of face coverings mandatory in financial institutions.
“Belatedly, common sense has prevailed and this will come as a relief for customer-facing staff, customers themselves and the Financial Services Union who have campaigned for this simple but important workplace health and safety measure to be introduced in law,” Mr Nash said.
REDUCED OPENING HOURS
From Monday January 4th, our opening hours will change to 11am – 3pm Monday to Friday, during the Level 5 restrictions.
Please remember that our online services are always available 24/7, 7 days a week at malahidecu.ie.
Our team are also available to take your card payments & loan applications over the phone too!
Thank you for your understanding.
We’ve been serving our members throughout the Covid crisis and now we’re delighted to be back to our usual hours of business, providing our members with all their borrowing & savings needs.
New hours, effective from Wednesday 2nd December are:
Monday 10.00am – 2.00pm
Tuesday 10.30am – 4.00pm
Wednesday 10.00am – 4.00pm
Thursday 10.00am – 7.00pm
Friday 10.00am – 4.00pm
Saturday 9.30am – 12.30pm
Sunday & Bank holidays closed
It was with great sadness that the Board and Staff of Malahide and District Credit Union learned of the passing of Barry Donaldson.
Barry spent several years on the Board of Directors up to his retirement in 2012 and also was a member of the Credit Control Committee.
A keen tennis player and golfer, Barry had a wide range of other interests and a large circle of friends.
Always great company and known for his gentle demeanour and keen sense of humour, Barry will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
Our condolences go to his wife Theresa, children Steven and Suzanne, and the extended family.
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We were delighted to recently announce the winners of this year’s Malahide Credit Union Art Competition.
The theme for this year’s competition was “Imagine More”.
Congratulations to our winners and also, to everyone who took part in the competition who made the judging exceptionally tough.
The very best of luck to those moving onto Chapter Level.
Our winners were:
- Caoimhe Heneghan – St. John Paul School – Winner 8-10 Age Category
- Maya Thewlis – St. Oliver Plunkett School – Joint Winner 11-13 Age Category
- Noah Moore – St. Oliver Plunkett School – Joint Winner 11-13 Age Category