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About the caisse

Caisse d'économie des Travailleurs unis is the result of a merger of over than 30 caisses. It has close to $900 million in business under management and represents more than 16,000 members from the following sectors:

  • aeronautics
  • pulp and paper
  • metallurgy
  • steel mills and mining
  • public service
  • messenger services
  • workers represented by an FTQ union

The Caisse has a presence throughout Quebec, in 6 financial service centres and 15 advisory service centres, 12 of which established in the workplace.

Common bond

The common bond between Caisse members is established based on one of the following groups:

  • Employees and retirees of a common employer located in the same building, in Quebec, where there are 1 or more unions affiliated or previously affiliated with Fédération des travailleurs et travailleuses du Québec (FTQ), as well as unions located in the same building, their employees, retirees and managers, excluding groups who fit the definition and are members of another group caisse
  • Fédération des travailleurs et travailleuses du Québec (FTQ) employees, retirees, managers and affiliated organizations

We are the primary financial partner for workers in Quebec.

At the Credit Union, we do more than simply help workers and their organizations to achieve their financial plans.

We are committed to contributing to their well-being and to participating actively in achieving their dreams and goals through financial advice and services tailored to their realities and needs.

OUR VISION

All actions of the United Workers Credit Union have one goal in common: to be the first financial partner for its current and future members and partners.

To achieve this goal, we commit on a daily basis to:

  • Being a leading player in the quality of services through an approach based on trust, excellence, integrity and rigour;
  • Being the partner of choice for innovative, secure and flexible financial solutions tailored to individual needs;
  • Being the leader in performance and profitability to ensure the financial well-being of our individual and collective members;
  • Being the preferred partner of our members and organizations in achieving social and community projects close to their heart.

OUR VALUES

We stand TOGETHER

With origins based solidly in the cooperative movement, the Credit Union has made solidarity its primary mission. Our presence and involvement in the communities we serve demonstrate our desire to contribute to the individual and collective enrichment of our members.

We strive for EXCELLENCE

Excellence is central to the concerns of our skilled proactive staff. Each and every day, our team of advisors is committed to finding financial solutions best suited to the needs of our members to ensure the sustainability of their assets.

We strive for INNOVATION

We believe that each member is unique.

This is why we integrate flexibility, openness, creativity and imagination into our service proposals and working methods, in order that services meet the expectations and needs of each member.

Our commitment is based on INTEGRITY

A professional, ethical and impartial approach is at the heart of each of our actions. In this way, we build and preserve the trust of our members and partners.

Each Caisse member is also a co-owner of the Caisse. Find out more about caisse operations.

Times are changing…
An overview of your Caisse, committed to your best interests since 1952

It is in the context of a postwar economic boom that workers began establishing savings and credit cooperatives adapted to their needs. While modest at first, cooperatives quickly became successful, leading to their development and growth. They became major players in the workplaces where they were established. Given their particular situation, they are greatly dependent on the economic realities of the businesses and sectors where they were born.

Caisse d'économie des Travailleurs unis was created in 2005. Today, it represents more than 16,000 members from 8 major sectors and handles close to $900 million in business under management.

The Caisse has a presence throughout Quebec, in 6 financial service centres and 15 advisory service centres, 12 of which established in the workplace.

To learn more about the Caisse's history, see our history booklet (in French only, PDF, 4.96 MB).


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