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Affinity Credit Union

Affinity Credit Union
Type Credit Union
Industry Financial services
Headquarters Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Key people Mark Lane, Chief Executive Officer
Revenue $128 million CAD (2012) [1]
Net income $23 million CAD (2012) [2]
Total assets $4.7 billion CAD
Employees 956 (2013)
Website www.affinitycu.ca

Affinity Credit Union is a credit union in Canada with $4.7 billion in managed assets and a network of 76 branches in 68 communities across Saskatchewan. It offers access to a complete range of accounts and services including wealth management products and is a leader in delivering investment and lending services to First Nations. Affinity Credit Union employs 965 people and is 100% owned by more than 140,000 members, all of whom have a voice in the way they do business. Affinity is also a member of the World Council of Credit Unions and the Global Alliance for Banking on Values.

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